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Official NameVoyage: Inspired by Jules Verne
VersionFull Game
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Developer (s)Kheops Studio
Publisher (s)The Adventure Company
Designer (s)Alexis Lang
Platform (s)PC, Windows
Release date (s)18 August 2005
Genre (s)Adventure game
Mode (s)Single player

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Voyage Inspired by Jules Verne Download Free Full Game (known asJourney to the Moon in the United Kingdom) is a point-and-click adventure game with pre-rendered graphics, developed by Kheops Studio and published by The Adventure Company for the PC in 2005. The game's story focuses on a French adventurer's journey to the moon in the 19th century, and the ancient lunar civilization he subsequently finds.

Voyage is loosely based on the novels From the Earth to the Moon and Around the Moon byscience-fiction author Jules Verne, and the novelThe First Men in the Moon by science-fiction authorH.G. Wells. Reactions to the game were generally mixed. In particular, some reviewers praised it for immersing the player in the look and feel of the 19th century; others have criticized it for featuring dated graphics and dull textures. Voyage Inspired by Jules Verne Free Download.

While staying true to most adventure game conventions, Voyage has some unique features for its genre. These include two dexterity minigames which take advantage of the reduced gravity in the game's lunar setting, and an «Intelligence Management System», in which a score is assigned to the player for every puzzle he solves, and for certain actions. The Adventure Company introduced this feature to motivate players to replay the game to increase their cumulative score.

Gameplay

The main focus of Voyage is puzzle-solving. The player can move by clicking, and can swivel the camera 360 degrees. There are several types of puzzle in Voyage including those involving native plant life on the moon, mechanical puzzles, audio puzzles, and mathematical puzzles. Many of these puzzles require the player to decipher and use the native language of the moon.

Voyage features two unique dexterity minigames. Using a low-gravity setting, the first minigame requires the player to collect floating bubbles in a can, and the second requires the player to execute large jumps across the surface of the moon. These two minigames form only a minor part of the game. The game also has several timed sequences requiring the player to complete puzzles under a time limit. The consequence of failing a puzzle of this sort is death, after which the player is able to return and replay the puzzle. Players can also be killed as the result of taking incorrect actions related to the game's story. Voyage Inspired by Jules Verne Free Download PC Game.

A critical aspect of gameplay in Voyage is the inventory system, which allows the player to pick up and keep dozens of different items. However, the maximum quantity of a given item that the player may keep in his inventory at any one time is three. One of the main uses of the inventory is to combine items together to make new items. This process of breaking and reforming items in the inventory comprises a large portion of the puzzle aspect of the game.The inventory can also be used to create meals which the player can consume; this ability plays a major role in several puzzles. Another use of the inventory is to create hybrid lunar plants, which play a critical role in the earlier puzzles of the game.

Intelligence Management System

The «Intelligence Management System» featured in Voyage is a score assigned to the player by the Selenites, the natives of the moon. For each puzzle the player solves, and for certain actions, this score is increased, and the Selenites treat the player with more respect. During an interview with GamersInfo, Benoît Hozjan, Managing Director and co-founder of Kheops Studio, described the system, saying:

“              For Voyage, you have the universe famous 'lunar IQ'. For instance, during a quiz, players who answer randomly should have fewer points, the players will be not restricted but it will take much more time to progress... The player will have different ways to enter a new room. Sometimes the clues are very subtle but almost each time there are 2 or 3 clues to solve a challenge and a higher IQ may help you!        ”

In the same interview, Alexis Lang, the Lead Game Designer at Kheops, commented that: [A]« low score does not mean that you are stupid in any way, it just means that some pompous and bombastic lunar people think that your character is dumb!» This reflects the fact that the «Intelligence Management System» is designed primarily to earn the respect of the Selenites. However, Hozjan also said that he hopes «players will try to increase their score and certainly share their experience through forums.» The Adventure Company has marketed the system as bringing a degree of replay value to Voyage, as players can replay the game to achieve a higher score. Voyage Inspired by Jules Verne for PC.

Synopsis

Setting

Voyage is set in 1865. President Barbicane of the 'Gun Club' decides to build an enormous cannon in Baltimore to shoot a shell, capable of supporting human life, towards the moon in the hopes of a successful landing. Voyage's protagonist, Michel Ardan, volunteers to travel in the aluminium shell. After the game's brief introduction in the shell, Ardan lands on the moon and discovers the Selenites, as well as a complex ecosystem of lunar plants. The main accessible areas in the game are the moon's surface, and the underground Selenite civilization.

The 'Selenites' are the subterranean inhabitants of the moon, and are a highly intelligent society maintained by hierarchy and secret. They possess blue skin, large black eyes and transparent cerebral lobes on the sides of their heads. They are divided into castes. The Selenites live in a large complex under the surface of the moon from which they rarely venture, with the exception of the 'exiles'. The Selenites «banish [these] dregs of their society, the criminals and psychotics,» to the surface of the moon. There are three Selenite exiles with whom the player can interact; they live on the surface and sleep in their isolated underground stables at night. Each exile has two different plants on either shoulder with which they share a special bond.

Characters

The player character is Michel Ardan, an eccentric and intrepid French scientist who is enthusiastic, daring and cheerful. President Barbicane, the President of the Gun Club, and Captain Nicholl, an engineer, are both found dead at the start of the game, not having survived the flight to the moon. A woman called Diana features in the game's backstory, as a woman whose ancestors made contact with the Selenites. Apart from these human characters, there are also several Selenite characters such as the Supreme Moon Ruler, the High Dignitary, Scurvy, Scruple, and the three exiles.

Plot

Voyage begins as Ardan awakes in the shell and discovers his two dead companions: Barbicane and Nicholl. He finds a note written by Barbicane, explaining that he and Nicholl sacrificed themselves for Ardan, as there was insufficient oxygen to support three men. Ardan also finds a note that Barbicane had concealed in his hat from Diana, and a love letter from Diana to Nicholl. Diana had been attempting to gain passage to the moon by seducing these men, but had failed. Once Ardan successfully lands the shell on the moon, he must solve a series of puzzles on the surface in order to gain access to the hidden civilization below. There he encounters the Selenite race. Following this, Ardan focusses on finding a way to leave the moon and report his findings to Earth. During his adventure, Ardan acquires a 'Belbaab Conch' shell, which allows him to talk to a rooster, who tells him what happened to Barbicane and Nicholl. After acquiring what he needs, Ardan travels back to Earth in the shell. He lands in the ocean and manages to swim to a nearby island, where he meets another famous Jules Verne character, Captain Nemo. Voyage Inspired by Jules Verne Download Torrent.


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