The Abbey

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The Abbey is a mystery story in the format of a classic point-and-click adventure game.





The Abbey is a mystery story in the format of a classic point-and-click adventure game that has been penned by Emilio de Paz, who, among other games, was responsible for the highly successful "Clever & Smart". Using the mouse, the player guides Leonardo and his assistant Bruno through a faithful reproduction of a medieval abbey. Innovative technologies enable camera angles and sequences which, until now, have only been seen in movies.
  • Innovative cinematic presentation through a new method of combining 2D and 3D graphics unique in a point-and-click adventure game
  • A complete reproduction of a medieval abbey, with architecture, works of art, secret passages, and treasures vast amounts of camera angles and scenes in 20 locations promise 20 hours of gameplay
  • Cinematic sound: music, effects, and top quality voice output completely in Dolby Surround Sound Over 70 minutes of orchestral soundtrack played by the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra


Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
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CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU SpeedAny
System RAM512 MB
Drive Space3 GB
Video RAMAny
Video (ati)ATI Radeon X1600 *
Unsupported Video Cards: ATI Radeon X1300
Video (nvidia)Any
Video (intel)Intel GMA X3100 *
Unsupported Video Cards: Intel GMA 900, Intel GMA 950

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  1. Only Okay
    by Antoin MacReamoinn, Ireland - Jul 15th 2014

    A couple of bugs still need to be fixed. Graphics can be blurry or phase in and out.

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  2. It's a nice-looking, OK game
    by NorthernSpruce, Canada - Jan 23rd 2013

    Pros: I like the cartoon style of animation, appealing scenes, interesting stories, some good puzzles.

    Cons: Slow-moving characters (really - they just mosey everywhere - you can skip some long walks with a double-click but sometimes you just gotta put on some tea while they walk from one end of the screen to the other); incredibly long dialogues which fortunately you can skip with a double-click once you've read the subtitles; some puzzles are tough and illogical.

    Diverting enough, but not great.

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