Adventure game. The genre is very nature linear and serves primarily to tell stories, but without puzzles in the game. The game is based upon Mexican folklore. The main character is Manny Calavera. He is an employee of Department of death (DOD) and travel agent of newly dead souls. Such employees must work off debts from their previous lives in order to earn their own passage to final resting place. To pay off the debts agents must accrue a certain number of premium souls. The ultimate of which is Number Nine. Manny is down on his luck because his clients never qualify for the premium packages. But once upon a time he met Mercedes Colomar, who showed him that everything in the world is not as it seems in the DOD. The game follows four years of Manny.s afterlife as he travels through a variety of fantastic locales, searching for Mercedes and a real source of corruption. The puzzles help to maintain the believability and are varied in style and difficulty. For the most part, you'll have a series of known objectives to complete before moving on to the next location. These objectives are complex, though, the solutions will have multiple parts often. You'll undoubtedly be stumped more than once, but the solutions are logical and subtle clues are plentiful. Think of this, because you get 2 in 1. I mean a great adventure with logics elements.
Extras and features:
Stunning, Colourful Graphics Distinkt Sound Effects Traditional Mexican Places and Nature Variety of Challenging Puzzles
Strange behavior, exhibited by almost every elevator in the game
Windows 98,Windows Me,Windows 95
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