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For some unclear reason, the original inventor is not able to release these games and defeat the Black King. He is, however, able to take these games all over the world and entrust them to different families to guard until someone comes later and declares that they �have come for the Agon.�
It is now several hundred years later and the British Museum has just come into possession of a large granite statue of a Black King. This statue contains the clue we need to find the first family.
The game is well made and ends with the professor off to find the first board game in Lapland. We see the professor board the train, fade and cut. That was when we had to stop and order the next game. But now the first three episodes all come together and instead of Windows, we are taken to the Professor's desk, sometime in the distant future.
At the desk we find several old letters written back and forth between the Professor and his associate, Smythe, while the professor was traveling. There is also a biography of the Professor and we get to read one of its chapters. All of this goes to tell us more about the Codex, which Smythe is researching, and about what is so special about Professor Hunt. This acts as lead-in for the next episode.
At the end of the second episode, we return to the desk again for more letters and another chapter in the biography. Then on to Madagascar. At the very end it looks as if we are finally going to exit the game and wait for episode four, when a surprise letter arrives from Smythe telling us...
So what do you get with the Agon Codex? Three delightful adventure games nicely packaged together with several layers of plots to keep you intrigued.
I would encourage you to go back and read individual reviews of each game and then go out and buy this disk. It's a keeper.
800 Mhz Pentium® III or equivalent processor
128 MB RAM
32 MB DirectX® 8.0 Compatible 3D Video Card (GeForce2 or equal)
DirectX® Compatible Sound Card + Stereo Speakers
-Well, listen to my story, a story I will tell, of an airborne sapper, who would go through hell, His home was FT. Leonard Wood, the land that God forgot, the mud was 18inches deep, and the sun was blazing hot.
Last edited by karla : 22 MAR 2012 12:12am
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