The Travels of Marco Polo

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Genoa, 1298. Author Rustichello da Pisa shared his cell with a Venetian captain who spoke of a thousand and one fabulous lands.





Genoa, 1298. Author Rustichello da Pisa shared his cell with a Venetian captain who spoke of a thousand and one fabulous lands. As a writer, Rustichello could not remain indifferent to the snippets of fabulous stories told by his new friend. He managed to convince him to tell his life story. And that is how Marco Polo, back from 25 years of traveling, began recounting his adventures. From his Genoa prison, the Venetian explorer remembers his travels: Venice, Acre, Jerusalem, Armenia, the Himalayas, all the way to the palace of great Kublai Khan.
  • Discover the extraordinary story of Marco Polo
  • An Historical Point & click Adventure for all the family
  • Travel through wonderful lands
  • Meet Historical figures
  • Solve many different riddles
  • Enjoy the original musics of Pierre Estève (Atlantis, The black moon chronicles)
  • Discover historical anecdotes about travels and China
  • Let you embark in this story of love and friendship
  • Experience the fantastic jouney of the Venetian explorer !


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Mac OS X10.6.8Download the MacGameStore App to compare your Mac's information in real-time.

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CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU Cores2
CPU Speed1.6 GHz
System RAM1 GB
Drive Space494 MB
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny
Important Notes:
  • Requires Steam and a Steam Account to play.

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  1. Short, amusing, forgettable
    by green_knight, United Kingdom - May 23rd 2016

    It took me three hours to play through this game (I opted for the 'consult a game guide' rather than 'bang head against wall' option), and I'd almost say this is one of the game's strengths: rather than an endless slog though ever-repeating puzzles the game explores the whole space of point-and-click _and then stops_. This gives you an amusing story with marvellous graphics and varied challenges that holds no tedium. All in all, it's an interesting taster of the story of Marco Polo, and a good way to spend an afternoon if you like this type of game.

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  2. A series of mini puzzles
    by Pierre D2, Switzerland - Aug 22nd 2015

    This game is a series of mini puzzles independent one from the next one. The story of Marco Polo's travels makes the squeleton of the « story ». Good game to spend a few (not more) hours during a lazy afternoon.

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