The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav

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With a history of more than 25 years, The Dark Eye is one of Europe's best-known role-playing brands.





In Andergast, whose inhabitants are considered to be notoriously superstitious, King Efferdan awaits a state visit from high-ranking dignitaries. For centuries the kingdom has been at odds with neighboring Nostria, but now first steps are being undertaken toward a lasting peace. But a plague of crows troubles the king, for the birds are acting with unusual aggressiveness, even attacking humans. Moreover, there are those among the citizens of Andergast who swear that the crows are bringing them dark nightmares. As the belligerent creatures infiltrate even the castle itself, the king seeks a skilled bird catcher - an opportunity for young Geron to prove that the reputation for ill luck that has followed him since childhood is undeserved. Following an audience with the king, the prestigious task is assigned to him. However, not only does his task prove unexpectedly difficult, but it also turns out to be the first step of the greatest adventure of his life, which will lead him to the borders of the charted lands of Aventuria and beyond.

With a history of more than 25 years, The Dark Eye is one of Europe's best-known role-playing brands. In addition to the popular pen & paper adventures, TDE has also inspired a series of successful computer games. The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav immerses players deep in the world of Aventuria, where they experience an amazing story and explore lands never before featured in a TDE computer game.
  • An epic fantasy soundtrack, as well as high-quality voiceovers to provide an unparalleled gaming experience.
  • Dive into the fantastic world of Aventuria and experience an epic adventure, written by experienced authors of the popular pen and paper fantasy role-playing game The Dark Eye.
  • From the makers of A New Beginning and The Whispered World


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64bit SupportYes
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU Cores2
CPU Speed2 GHz
System RAM2 GB
Drive Space5.5 GB
Video RAM256 MB
Video CardAny
Important Notes:
  • Optional Steam Key provided with purchase. Not required.

Reviews, Ratings & Comments


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  1. Dark Eye
    by coffindodger, Ireland - Sep 1st 2017

    Pretty conventional point and clicker - in the early stages the progress is fairly conventional but in the later parts of the game some of the transtions are pretty overworked and contrived. The game provides a couple of days of enjoyable problem solving and is well worth the current price.

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  2. A classic fantasy adventure
    by muschraum, Estonia - Apr 18th 2017

    Daedalic Entertainment keeps releasing wonderful point and click adventures that remind you of the golden age of the genre. The Dark Eye follows the path of a classic fantasy adventure game. It looks and sounds amazing and has a likeable protagonist and characters. The story takes you to Kingdom of Andergast where you'll stumble into a larger-than-life quest.

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  3. You see
    by sabby101, Canada - Jul 13th 2016

    The disalogue doesnt end...puzzle and lots of missions but try giving it a may like it..or not

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  4. The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav
    by Grandmaperson, USA - Dec 23rd 2015

    Wow! This game is probably the worst I've played ever. Not even worth the on sale price.
    Don't believe the good reviews.

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  5. Masterpiece!
    by Valentina Pagliai, USA - Jul 8th 2014

    Yes, this game is intelligent, beautiful, with a great story line, and great characters. Absolutely worthy of the adventure Hall of fame. The graphics are so good I had people commenting positively on them from behind my back as I played (in the train). The puzzles are challenging and a few times you get stuck, but not impossible. Generally, the challenges follow a logic, you just have to find the logic.

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  6. Interminable and ridiculous
    by NorthernSpruce, Canada - Jul 14th 2013

    Dialogue goes on and on about inane mythology of this realm; puzzles are ludicrous (the Queen's three impossible tasks will prompt you to smash your computer). You get many hours of gameplay, but as the game and the absurd puzzles went on and on I cared less and less about the characters or the mission, especially because as the puzzles became more and more contrived I had less and less confidence that patience and logic would suffice to figure them out. When you have many sites available and an inventory full of objects, and the correct solution requires several crucial steps that are strictly arbitrary ("why does the colour-stone have to be back on the basin to make the path appear??") it becomes frustrating, not enjoyable.


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