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In this first person game, the player can move freely from one scene to the next to collect or combine the objects necessary to progress. He also has to regularly win multiple varied mini-games (e. g. recreate the map of Paris’ sewers, pick a lock, organize jars…) in order to unlock the situation to move on in the adventure, in high definition interactive scenery and a brand new interface specifically adapted to mobile and computer supports.
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