This mysterious hidden object game is based on the famous novel by Alexander Dumas and takes place in the 19th century.
The plot is such fabulous like every classic masterpiece. Edmond Dantes betrayed by some envious persons was thrown into prison. ...Many years had passed. One day a monk penetrated by tunnel into his prison cell. Their friendship finished some years later with the death of one and the marvelous escape of the other. Now it is the time to find the offenders. It is time to revenge.
While the bulk of the gameplay centers around finding objects, certain bonus stages do mix it up a bit. In one level you’ll be given the remnants of a torn map which you must piece back together. It’s actually rather difficult, as some pieces may not even be rightside up and you’ll have to hit the spacebar to flip them around. Each level consists of several stages, of which you move back and forth freely. If you can’t find a certain object in one stage, simply take a break and play another stage in the mean time.
Mixing some solid hidden objects gameplay with an intelligent, riveting story, «The Count Of Monte Cristo» is something that should absolutely be in your collection.
- Windows XP/Vista
- DirectX 8.0
- 512 MB RAM
- Processor 1 GHz