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Nicolas Eymerich, The Inquisitor Book II: The Village Trailer, Screens, Info

Nicolas Eymerich, The Inquisitor Book II: The Village Trailer, Screens, Info

Nicolas Eymerich, The Inquisitor Book II: The Village Trailer, Screens, Info

From Microïds/Anuman and TIconBLU, this point-and-click adventure created in real-time 3D continues the story started in Book I: The Plague


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Nicolas Eymerich, The Inquisitor Book 1: The Plague is Released by Anuman Interactive/Microids – July 10, 2014

The second installment of the game from developer TIconBLU, based on a series of novels by Valerio Evangelisti, has just been released on iOS, and will be coming soon for PC, Mac and Android.

In Book II: The Village, players take on two roles: the Inquisitor himself and Father Jacinto Corona.

It’s 1345. There’s an evil shape in the sky and a fatal plague is spreading. Nicolas Eymerich believes these two things are connected and represent evil that must be eradicated.

In order to succeed, players must speak with others, observe and deduce, solve puzzles and collect/combine objects. The game also offers an integrated hint system.  

Nicolas Eymerich, The Inquisitor – Book II: The Village is dubbed in English and Italian, and subtitled in English, Latin, French, Italian, Spanish and German. As previously mentioned, Anuman Interactive/Microids has just released an iOS version of the game. PC, Mac and Android versions will follow; release dates have not yet been announced.

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