Columbus 4 download is an adventure by authors of Lost Horizon and Secret Files series. The game is divided into episodes, although at the same time each episode is a closed whole telling the story of one particular expedition of the research team and lasts for about 4-6 hours of fun.
The first episode takes place in Nova Scotia, one of the provinces of Canada. There, on a small island there is a complex system of underground tunnels filled with clever caches. For a long time now, adventurers have been asking themselves the question of the purpose for which it was built. It is known that the tunnels were created more than five hundred years ago, but their construction is too advanced to be done by the local people of that time. Players take on the role of a member of the Columbus 4 download research team. This group is hired by Omega to go to the island and explain the mystery of the tunnels. There are not many tips. One of them are the legends of Micmac Indians who claim that a tangle of corridors was created to hide an ancient treasure. It is also likely that two hundred years ago pirates used this place to store their own loot. There are even rumours that the secret diary of Francis Bacon has been hidden here to prove that it was he who wrote the plays attributed today to William Shakespeare.
The research team consists of four people (hence the name Columbus 4 download). One of them is Deveraux Curtis, a twenty-six-year-old hacker and journalist from the city of Washington, whose passion is conspiracy theories. Unfortunately, his articles filled with crazy guesses caused an avalanche of lawsuits against the editors in which he worked. Currently, no magazine is interested in hiring him, so Curtis without thinking I accept the offer to join the newly formed research team.
Columbus 4 download is a classic adventure game. The whole gameplay consists in a thorough search of locations, collecting objects, conducting conversations and solving puzzles. Graphics follows the paths of previous games of this studio and offers 3D characters moving on detailed two-dimensional backgrounds.
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