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Discworld 2 download

Psygnosis1996
AdventureThird PersonHumorous
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Introduction: death is running away
Introduction: you and the librarian
Introduction: game credits
Introduction: a council of wizards
They're explaining your mission
It's a strange accelerator thing
Don't play with hives...
Ask the librarian (the ape) to help you
In front of the theater
This may be helpful
Try to knock at that door
Game introduction title screen - cover
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Death comes to town. Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels are a rich feast for the imagination, full of wonderful characters and brimming with story possibilities. Discworld 2 takes one of the series' most popular characters, the hapless wizard Rincewind and, after people mysteriously stop dying, tasks him with finding Death and convincing him to return to his job (in Discworld, Death is real and has a horse named Binky!). This task takes the form of a point-and-click adventure, similar to Broken Sword or Monkey Island, and sees players exploring Pratchett's expansive and fantastically realised world, including the city of Ankh Morpork and the exotic land of XXXX. Graphically, these environments are brought vividly to life through hand drawn animation, with the characters receiving the same high level of attention. The script is inventive and genuinely funny, more so for Pratchett fans but even newcomers should find amusement here. The voice acting too is superb, featuring a number of big name British comedians who really capture their characters. However, the storyline itself is somewhat shallow, and it often feels like you are simply going from one situation to another, with little sense of an overall plot. Furthermore, the puzzles are often wilfully obscure, and although there is a kind of logic to their solution, it may take some players a while to get their heads around it. That said, this is an enjoyable adventure which both Pratchett fans and newcomers are sure to have fun with.
Terry's genius does it again. Discworld owns my soul. Literally. I just love it so much. Discworld 2 would own my other soul, if I had one. This game follows the standard advice that, if there is nothing wrong with the game, don't change anything. And the developers are spot on. The characters are the same, the voice actors are the same (again, Monty Python's Eric Idle is absolutely fantastic!) and the absurdity and hilarity of the past game continues flawlessly into this one. The graphics are equally stunning as they were before, and so is the soundtrack. Did I mention before that the whole animation and scenery is drawn by hand? Most of the voice actors from the past game has returned but some didn't, either because of other engagement or, unfortunately, death. Really, this game is just perfect. It's mountains of fun, it's hilarious in its absurdity, it's addictive and just breathtakingly beautiful. I am without words to explain just how good this game really is. You just have to see for yourself.