Four Last Things is a Monthy Python-style, two-dimensional point & click adventure game for PC, AND and iOS, based on public domain works from the Renaissance - fragments of images and music. Independent producer Joe Richardson is responsible for the creation of this title. The production started as a project for the Game Jolt's Adventure Jam 2016 competition, but it turned into a fully-fledged game thanks to a crowdfunding campaign.
In the beginning God created heaven and earth. He saw what he had created and found it to be good. Then God formed man from the earth and breathed life into him. In this way man became a living being. "Ups" - then God said, realizing that He created a fool. However, before he had the opportunity to correct his mistake, the man broke up, shouted "We don't accept returns!
This short summary, published by the author on the official website of the title, presents well the comic world of Four Last Things. In this production players take on the role of a traveller who arrives in a medieval town in search of salvation. Unfortunately, it turns out that the parish cannot give him what he wants because.... he has not sinned on its territory. Fortunately, there is a simple solution to this problem....
Four Last Things on the PC, AND and iOS platform is a typical point & click adventure. This means that gameplay is based on exploring the world and interacting with it in various ways - the latter usually boils down to talking to characters or lifting or using objects needed to solve subsequent riddles and push forward the plot. In Joe Richardson's production we can only play alone.
What really distinguishes Four Last Things on PC, AND and iOS from similar games is the unusual graphic design. It was prepared on the basis of public domain (in other words, available for free - of course when it comes to their digital use) pictures by such painters as Hieronim Bosch or Peter Bruegel the Elder. Joe Richardson has mixed various fragments of the works together, creating a unique combination, additionally enriched with his own animations, which enliven the static boards and silhouettes of the characters. In this production you can also listen to fragments of music created by classical composers.
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age requirements: 12+
PC / Windows
Recommended: Intel Dual Core 2.6 GHz, 4 GB RAM, graphic card 512 MB GeForce 9800 or better, 500 MB HDD, Windows Vista/7/8/10
Minimum: Intel Dual Core 2.0 GHz, 2 GB RAM, graphic card 512 MB GeForce 8800 or better, 500 MB HDD, Windows XP