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'Agon' - Demo Available NOW

by Rainier on Oct. 9, 2003 @ 1:53 a.m. PDT

AGON is a true adventure game that comes in fourteen downloadable episodes over a period of two years starts in the British Museum, London. The first episode was released on 3 September, and can be downloaded from the official Agon website. Private Moon Studios has released a playable demo featuring part of the first episode, you don't need to solve any mysterious riddle, but you will immediately see the biggest mystery of the game (thanks GenGamers). Read more for download links ...

Get the Agon Demo Off Worthplaying (65mb)

Agon is an adventure game that consists of 14 episodes, which can be downloaded from www.agongame.com (they cannot be purchased at any store). The new episodes arrive approximately every two months, you can travel to exotic locations around the world, you can get to know village people, urban societies, their cultures, ways of life and their board games from the previous century.

Our hero, a middle-aged professor from the British Museum, embarks on a journey after finding a mysterious anonymous letter, a few torn codex pages and an unknown artifact. His travels take him to 12 corners of the world, where he has to learn the rules of a long-forgotten board game, and has to remove the spell of the families who guard the games, finally he has to return the board games to humanity; he has to exhibit them in the museum.

The environment of the AGON adventure game is well known to those who love the genre. The makers of the game put a great effort into applying the best traditions and present the game in a way that gamers can best submerge into it. With the pre-rendered especially life-like environment, the 360 panoramic view and movies we can discover exotic places where we get to meet real-time 3D characters and special effects. Motion capture movement, the effects of natural phenomena, small animations and sound effects all add to the life-like background and the ever hardening puzzle and complex plot.

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