Fan-made Italian translation of the 1.2c version. Lacks a lot of 1.3b additions, but features new optimization.
- The 1.3b version (September 2013 update) is available (Desura version is NOT actual) -
- Advanced Re-imagination of the game is in development (fixes everything in the original game, but has a very different storyline) -
- Extended 16-bit Visual Novel version of the game for Sega Mega Drive / Genesis has been released in 24 October 2013. -
"If you don't mind bugs, then I wish you an interesting gaming experience with refined audio." - freegame.cz (1.0 Version Review)
"Sacred Line has a lot of points that would need some work, but somehow, everything looks like it's already what was supposed to be, and I genuinely liked it." - creepygaming.net (1.2b Version Review)
Sacred Line is a free first person dark adventure/surreal thriller with story-driven explorative physics-based gameplay, black-white-red BD style and abstract non-cliche plot. It takes its place in a fully developed universe where your main enemy is a union of third-world countries which is trying to set totalitarian regime over the whole planet polluting and destroying everything around them. In this game you will face their leader which was summoned by the ancient sect, dealing with unknown sources of power and paranormal activity.
This game has two endings, normal and secret.
You are playing Ellen, a private detective, who is trying to survive in Eastern Europe. Lately detective business, which she inherited from her missing sister Sarah, almost ceased its existence and one day before she was going to close her office she got an anonymous call. The unknown asked her to find some hidden forest outpost and told her about its position. That was just the beginning.
Current version is 1.3b (September 2013).
The game supports only 16:9 monitors and minimal resolution is 1280x720.
Almost every object in the game is physically interactive. You can drag'n'drop things using Left Mouse Button, glass and walls are breakable.
This game is recommended to thinking experienced mature audience, fans of surreal/complex/mysterious but explainable plots.
Download Links (updated 12.01.13):
< 1.3b English >
< 1.2c Italian [Text-only] >
< 1.2b Overhaul [English] >
Freeware Files (199 mb, setup, direct link)
Windows 64Bit (test version, if it crashes, use 32Bit one):
Mediafire (200mb, setup)
Linux 32/64Bit (chmod 755 needed, test version)
via Dropbox (260 mb, zip, direct link)
W, A, S, D - Move
Space - Jump
Left Shift - Sprint
Left Mouse Button - Drag Objects / Read Notes (press again to close)
Flashlight - On/Off
Tab - Close message
Escape - Game Menu / Skip Cut-scene
Minimal system requirements:
OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7 | Mac OS X "Snow Leopard" 10.6 or later
CPU: 2 GHz Dual Core
RAM: 2 GB
Hard Disk Free Space: 647-724 MB (depends on chosen build)
Video Card: 512 MB Shader3 DirectX 9.0 compatible
If you liked the game, you can donate to support developer via
Sacred Line Genesis is a new Adventure / Visual Novel game which was developed exclusively for the Sega Mega Drive / Genesis videogame system.
It's a 16-bit extended version of Sacred Line, which was released on Desura for PC.
Special packs with ROM, manual and everything else are available for purchase on official site.
You can play the game on real hardware via Flashcart or play it via emulator on PC.
It tells the story of Ellen, a private detective, who is trying to survive in Eastern Europe. Lately detective business, which she inherited from her missing sister Sarah, almost ceased its existence and one day before she was going to close her office she got an anonymous call. The unknown asked her to find some hidden forest outpost and told her about its position. That was just the beginning.
The game is free of censorship and recommended for Mature audience only (Blood, Intense Violence, Mature Humor, Minor Sexual Violence Reference, Strong Language, Suggestive Themes, Violent References).
If someone played original Sacred Line and kinda worries about spelling/grammar mistakes, don't worry, it was proofread by three people with a GREAT language knowledge. It's a Visual Novel after all.
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