Adam's Venture is an episodic PC singeplayer adventure game developed on the Unreal Engine 3™ by Vertigo Games BV, a Dutch Indie developer located in the Netherlands. Episode 1: "The Search for the Lost Garden" and Episode 2: "Solomon's Secret" have been released, Episode 3 is in development.
Adam is an action explorer hero; adventurous but using his wits rather than resorting to violence. Brought to life from a third person perspective with the Unreal Engine 3™, adventure gamers are in for a real visual treat.
During excavations in an old Templar church in Luz, France, Adam Venture finds a scroll that seems to provide the exact locations of the 4 rivers described in Genesis. A major discovery, since Eden is rumored to be located at the point where these biblical streams cross. Soon after his discovery, Adam is approached by a large company, called Clairvaux Inc. They are willing to fund an expedition to search for Eden, mainly because they believe there are large amounts of gold located there. And so it comes to pass that they set out on a journey of a lifetime.
Developed on the Unreal Engine 3 by Vertigo Games BV, a Dutch Indie developer located in the Netherlands. Episode 1: "The Search for the Lost Garden" and Episode 2: "Solomon's Secret" have been released, Episode 3 is in development.
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I loved this game. It's a classic adventure game with amazing graphics and outstanding soundtrack, and it's also very funny.
Some things I disliked: game is too short, I've finished it in 3 hours or so; camera angles get awkward sometimes; some puzzles are way too easy
And it's a shame devs decided to infect Episode 2 with Securom. It would be insta-buy if it weren't for this. Since they'll probably do the same in episode 3, Mr. Venture is dead for me.
i just played the game, and its good but need some major things, first why i cant use the mouse to turn left and right and also its so much restricted i mean the developers try to make the players do as they want so driven. and cameras also not so good i mean it should chnage zooming and focus in better way
hmm. I can't seem to play the game. Every time I install it in Desura I get a 'PhysXLoader.dll is missing'
Looks and sounds very good, but i would like to know one thing, what kind of DRM does this episode have, i'm asking because i have heard that episode 2 will have limited installs, is this true?
Have you guys contacted Steam about releasing on there? this game is AAA quality, I'm loving all of it, I think Steam would release it in an instant! Good luck on episode three guys!
Yeah. Definitely do a steam release. :D
What's the point of Desura then?
Desura is good but the user base is inferior to steam (for now), the only problem with steam is the chear amount of competition there, in here this game is the focus, on steam it would drown on all the big name games and similar indie titles, but even so they don't lose anything by making this game availeble on steam.
I'll probably get bashed for this, but it's a peeve of mine.
Please consider re-encoding the trailer higher quality audio. It would give more appeal if the sound quality wasn't, well, garbage.
I see many companies (usually ones offering free games) doing this, and it's really started to annoy me due to the technology age we've been in for a while, and continue to push into. Not just that, but it distracts from the interest in the media itself, so much so I didn't bother getting through half the trailer before making this comment.
Like I said, I'll probably get rated down (and possibly have the comment deleted), but I had to get this out anyway.