Eleusis is a 3d first-person adventure game for Windows developed by Nocturnal Works. It takes place in a seemingly abandoned village in Greece where the player character, while trying to seek refuge, finds himself in the center of a whirlwind of mysterious events. As the plot unfolds he finds clues that indicate that the village is a nest of a cult which plans to revive a dark force through an ancient ritual and harness its power. The player character faces the challenge of unlocking the forgotten knowledge of the ancient mysteries in order to stop the cult from accomplishing their goal. It is an exploration based adventure game where the player is called to solve the mystery by finding clues and reading various texts based on actual history, mythology and technology of ancient Greece.
Eleusis version 1.3 adds six more languages along with an added option to turn off enemies and minor bug fixes. The new languages are French, Italian, German, Spanish, Polish and Russian. Also anyone who already purchased or will purchase Eleusis in the future from Desura will also get a free Steam key from the Desura page by following the below steps.
1. Log in on Desura.
2. Go to Indiedb.com
Owners of the BeMine 8 Groupees Bundle can obtain their key directly from Groupees.
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Highest Rated (6 agree) 8/10
Cool atmosphere, I like the use of lighting in this game especially. The puzzles aren't bad either.
-1 point for performance though. The village area is especially hitchy.
Feb 23 2013 by AJ_Quick
Lowest Rated (2 agree) 2/10
FOV is insane, completely unplayable like this.
Jun 2 2013 by tqwert1