Unreal Engine 3 powered ‘Adam’s Venture 3: Revelations’ is now available for the PC

Iceberg Interactive and Vertigo Games announced today that Adam’s Venture 3: Revelations, the third and final part of the episodic adventure game series for PC, is now available at digital retailers worldwide and as a boxed version in English speaking territories in Europe. A boxed localized German version will hit stores in April 2012. You can now get your boxed copy of Adam’s Venture 3: Revelations at the Iceberg Webshop for a sheer € 9,99.
Adam’s Venture is an adventure game franchise that is focused on non-violent gameplay set in the early twenties of the 20th Century. With state of the art Unreal 3 graphics providing colorful and lifelike 3D environments, a gripping storyline and many puzzles to solve varying from easy to difficult, Adam’s Venture supplies everything that an adventure gamer is looking for.
In Adam’s Venture 3: Revelations, you get to experience a flashback Adam has to earlier events in Oxford, which have set his adventure into motion. Left for dead by the megalomaniac Clairvaux leader in Solomon’s collapsing palace, Adam relives his first meeting with Evelyn and their expedition to the small French town of Luz. Templar secrets, powerful corporations and the importance of keeping a promise all fight for attention in his feverish mind. Will he come to his senses in time to save Evelyn and the day? It’s up to you in this third installment of the episodic series.

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