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The Capri Connection is Released

The Capri Connection is Released

The final game in The Capri Trilogy by indie developer S-G Software


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The Capri Connection, a unique point-and-click adventure for PC that follows A Quiet Weekend in Capri and Anacapri the Dream is now available. The first two Capri games may also be purchased together in the Mysteries of Capri Bundle.

The Capri Connection is set in a real place and uses real photos. Most of its characters are “real” people, frequently doing the same things they do in real life.

The locale of The Capri Connection has been expanded to include other nearby locations such as Amalfi, Positano, Pogerola, Procida and many sites in Naples.

The game features two modes: Adventure Mode, in which the player solves a mystery, and Walking Mode, wherein the player gets to be a tourist and has nothing to solve.

The Capri Connection is localized in English, Italian, Italian with English subtitles and Italian with French subtitles. The game’s platforms include Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8.

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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