Download a New Beginning - Final Cut PC Game 2012

Download a New Beginning - Final Cut

Size to download: 2.85 GB. Version: V [NEW VERSION]

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Memory: 2 GB
Processor: 2 GHz (single-core) or 1.8 GHz (dual-core
Storage: 5 GB
Graphics: Compatible with OpenGL 2.0, with at least 256 MB video memory (ATI Radeon or NVIDIA GeForce is recommended)
OS: XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Year: 2012
Developer: Daedalic Entertainment
Version: V [NEW VERSION]

A New Beginning - Final Cut - Point-n-click Adventorchura, performed in the spirit of graphic novel. The story is full of unexpected turns and has a peculiar humor. Players have to travel around the world and save him from the impending catastrophe.

The main character of the game - Bent Sanson, in the past worked by a bioneer, but ceased operation. He was engaged in dealing with the development of alternative methods of energy production. Once he left the post, he moved to Norway, where he began to lead the usual daily life.

His rest disrupts the guest from the future named Fei, which claims that the world will fall into a climatic collapse without his help. She convinces her hero that his scientific research is the last hope for the salvation of the planet. However, the problem is. what kind of work hunts some energy magnate. Now they always need to be one step ahead of the villain to give humanity a chance for salvation.

Features of Adventors:

  • an adult story raising the topics of global warming and environmental pollution;
  • more than 100 manually drawn and worked out locations;
  • The length of the campaign reaches about 20 hours of playing time;
  • Unique visual style of classic comics;
  • The developers were the authors who participated in the hit Deponia.
A New Beginning - Final Cut - a charming game that immerses in the amazing adventure of the bronze age graphic novels and affecting the most relevant ecological topics.

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