Operation Walküre ist ein berühmter Plan des deutschen Widerstandes zum Sturz der tyrannischen Nazi-Regierung. Standartenführer Gerhard Mayer, ein Patriot, welcher in der Zentrale der Reichssicherheit arbeitet, erfährt, dass die Gestapo die Verschwörer aufgespürt hat.
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Größtenteils positiv (17 Reviews) - 70 % der 17 Nutzerreviews für dieses Spiel sind positiv.
Veröffentlichung: 13. Feb. 2009

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Über dieses Spiel

Operation Walküre ist ein berühmter Plan des deutschen Widerstandes zum Sturz der tyrannischen Nazi-Regierung. Standartenführer Gerhard Mayer, ein Patriot, welcher in der Zentrale der Reichssicherheit arbeitet, erfährt, dass die Gestapo die Verschwörer aufgespürt hat. Er tut alles mögliche, um der Untersuchung zugewiesen zu werden und versucht die Gestapo zu täuschen, um dem Widerstand zu helfen das Nazi-Regime zu stürzen und den Krieg zu beenden.

Hauptmerkmale:

  • Detektiv-Abenteuerspiel in historischem Ambiente.
  • Fotorealistische und hochauflösende Grafik.
  • Vollständiges Eintauchen in historisches Ambiente, mit der Möglickeit im Schwarz-Weiß-Film-Stil zu spielen.
  • Wunderbar detaillierte Schauplätze, dutzende Charaktere, Spion-Mini-Spiele.

Systemanforderungen

    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Prozessor: Pentium IV / Athlon 2 GHz
    • Speicher: 1024 MB RAM
    • Festplatte: 1.5 GB
    • Grafikkarte: 256 MB 3D Grafikkarte (Geforce 4 / Radeon 9500, 1280x1024 Mindestauflösung)
    • DirectX®: 9.0
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Größtenteils positiv (17 Reviews)
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Laura Blues
( 9.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 7. April
Very nice game in general, with an original historical background. You play a SS Standartenfuhrer, who chooses to get involved in a plot to assassinate Hitler, using his authority in the Gestapo. What called my attention is that the character you play -intentionally or not- is not the typical "good guy". He's far from noble, actually. His main reason for being disenchanted with Hitler was that he saw Germans in the concentration camps (apparently he was cool with it when it was only the Jews). Mild mild spoiler (not really, but just in case: He doesn't care about exposing the conspirators to his superior, saving only who can be useful to him in the future, or about accusing an "innocent" man as communist because he was in his way, even after he stated that his motivation came from seeing Germans in the camps solely for being communists or personal enemies to people in power. This is unusual, and was very interesting for me during the gameplay.

THE GOOD:
+ Nice visuals, with beautiful artwork in the cut scenes.
+ Excellent attention to detail, especially with historical elements.
+ The music isn't overwhelming or annoying; sound effects are cool.
+ Different dialog options. It doesn't change the main outcome, but you may learn more or less, according to what you choose.
+ The plot was believable, historically accurate within the context of this fictional little story, and made sense.

THE NOT SO GOOD:
* Two of the "mini-games" inserted in the game are exclusively about luck, rather than skills, and losing them may block your game, forcing you to use a previously saved game.
* The first mini-game was quite poorly explained.
* The game has you picking up stuff you don't need at the moment. This is a common trait of most point-and-click games, but it kind of spoils the immersion.
* Voice acting was... not that good. Some characters were ok, others less so.
* Even though the main plot was somewhat solved, many point were left open in the hopes of part 2. But let's hope!

THE HORRIBLE:
- The pronunciation of German words was preposterous, especially by certain characters. Every time someone said "Wehrmacht", I felt like someone was scratching a blackboard. Note that I'm not German, and I'm cool with actors pronouncing "Gestapo" instead of "Geshtapo", but some of it was too bad even for me.
- The woman who did the voice of "Victoria". That was the worst part of this game, and the worst I ever heard. I heard kids in elementary school reading from history books better than this lady did her lines. PLUS: she pronounced the word "Fuhrer" as "fur-r", and that wasn't the worst part of her "acting".
(Another reviewer deemed her probably the worst voice actress in the history of gaming, and I agree)

Not mind-blowingly good, but I recommend it. I had a very good time playing it, and I'm looking forward to playing the next one!
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ataristadept
( 8.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 13. Februar
This game is high on promise, but low on delivery. Leaves a lot to be desired as an adventure and a story.

From the outset Stroke of Fate: Operation Valkyrie attracted my attention. Being an adventure ánd a history buff, makes this sort of game always trigger my interest. The additional novelty of the fact that - in a WWII nazi setting - you were supposed to do some policework merely added to the curiosity.

But I'm affraid it's al been rather of a letdown. Oh the backgrounds and artwork are nice, very nice indeed. And the idea to portray or tell a lot of Nazi history via the game's objects is pretty cool. However the way these things are worked out in the game, it just doesn't come up with the goods. The clumsy clunky movement of the main character doesn't help. But above all the uninspired English voiceacting is abominable. It could have added much to the atmosphere and mystery of the game. Now most lines (especially the ones of the 'supporting' roles - and there are a lót of them) seems they are delivered with as much enthusiasm and gusto, let alone craftsmanship, as a talking concrete slab. Even though in the original Russian version some of this might be better, here it is lost in translation (as I fear a lot of the script is too).

Also the storyline can't seem to decide upon a thriller, historical fiction or a narrative of events that really happened with which you interact.

This all leaves the game basically flawed, though the puzzles are descent and sometimes a bit difficult to grasp. And you do want to know 'what happens next' so you do play out the game. But aren't gripped.

Could have been a lot better. And an overhaul with different voiceactors might actually do it a lot of good...
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][P][
( 0.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 26. Dezember 2014
Almost walked out of the house in full Gestapo uniform with shaving cream still on my face! 10/10!

But seriously, the artwork in this game is beautiful, and attention to detail is very well thought out! However, gameplay itself is a little on the slow side (I haven't finished the game yet as of this review, I will update if anything changes).

I think it would help the player to know a little German history from the WWII era, the narration goes into a lot of detail about specific personalities from that time.

Overall, I would recommend this game to anyone who likes adventure/quest games.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
sonderkraftfahrzeug
( 32.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 7. Dezember 2014
This is a good ww2-theemed point and click adventure game. You play an SS officer who is trying to kill Hitler. You go talk to german characters and try to find those that want to kill him and use your authority (and inventory) to carry out your goal of killing him. The visuals are really good and it has ok animations and music. The voice acting is Russian-level bad. A certain secretary namde Victoria is probably the worst voice actress in the history of gaming. I wanted to stab my ears..... Anyway I still like the game and am looking forward for part 2. 8/10
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Grasshopper
( 0.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 25. Dezember 2013
A promising premise ruined by an irritating point and click interface and far too many boring tasks to undertake.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Budget_Security
( 6.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 5. Dezember 2013
Good Premise, mediocre execution. Having not played a point-and-click since Titanic, over 14 years ago, I thought I'd try this as the WW2 spy theme seemed interesting. Sadly, it proved nearly unplayable. Someone experienced with this sort of game may do fine, but I struggled to figure out what I was supposed to do and eventually gave up. You have to do so many boring tasks to get something simple done, as if they tried to prevent the game from being to short, instead of making a better longer game. Example (MINOR SPOILERS): struggle to set up spy camera with correct lens (no instructions given), tripod too low for view out of window (seriously?), go back to office and search for taller tripod, try camera again only to find steam from leaky pipe in nearby building blocking view, find someone to fix pipe...take photo...develop photo (no instructions given), give photos to your boss who does not accept them because you apparently had to take more photos (this was never made clear). The game is full of this, tedious and not enough guidance or help. The voice acting is very mediocre (why get sleepy americans to do german voices?). There were also some problems with screen resolution and loading crashes. All in all a pity, as this game clearly had some potential, with great and historically authentic looking visuals. If you like the subject material and have a lot of experience with these sorts of games, you may like it, otherwise, give this a miss as there are probably much better point-and-click games out there.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
JonesR
( 11.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 18. Februar 2013
A Stroke of Fate: Operation Valkyrie is a typical point-and-click adventure containing dry, emotionless, and uninspiring voice actors. They really should have done the game in German with English subtitles or at least cast actors with German accents. But even then, when you supply actors with no personality, it wouldn't have mattered much.

The story takes place after the failed attempt of the original Operation Valkyrie and you play the role of an SS Officer with a secret desire to carry on the mission. Many of the clickable objects provide a mini 1940s German history lesson. It's slightly interesting, but the storytelling is pretty bland making this a boring experience overall.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
AZeroEight
( 15.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 11. April 2012
There should be really more of those games. An adventure game with nice puzzles, not to hard and a capturing story line. I really enjoyed the time spent on trying to kill Hitler.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Soult
( 29.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 1. Januar 2012
A Stroke of Fate: Operation Valkyrie ist ein in eine feste Handlung einbettetes RPG mit einer sehr detaillierten Story, vielen Zusatzinformationen und schwierigen Denkaufgaben. Das Spiel erfordert viel Geduld und ist relativ kurz (wenn man alles weiß). Deshalb ist es nur etwas für zwischendurch oder Geschichtsbegeisterte. Durch den günstigen Preis und die (noch) unzensierte Version ist das Spiel etwas für alle, die den Alltag und den Geheimdienst des Dritten Reiches näher kennen lernen wollen.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
hegix
( 6.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 28. Dezember 2011
A nice classic styled adventure game. A few unintuitive things were needed to progress though, had to resort to walkthroughs.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
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This is a good ww2-theemed point and click adventure game. You play an SS officer who is trying to kill Hitler. You go talk to german characters and try to find those that want to kill him and use your authority (and inventory) to carry out your goal of killing him. The visuals are really good and it has ok animations and music. The voice acting is Russian-level bad. A certain secretary namde Victoria is probably the worst voice actress in the history of gaming. I wanted to stab my ears..... Anyway I still like the game and am looking forward for part 2. 8/10
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Almost walked out of the house in full Gestapo uniform with shaving cream still on my face! 10/10!

But seriously, the artwork in this game is beautiful, and attention to detail is very well thought out! However, gameplay itself is a little on the slow side (I haven't finished the game yet as of this review, I will update if anything changes).

I think it would help the player to know a little German history from the WWII era, the narration goes into a lot of detail about specific personalities from that time.

Overall, I would recommend this game to anyone who likes adventure/quest games.
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A nice classic styled adventure game. A few unintuitive things were needed to progress though, had to resort to walkthroughs.
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6.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 5. Dezember 2013
Good Premise, mediocre execution. Having not played a point-and-click since Titanic, over 14 years ago, I thought I'd try this as the WW2 spy theme seemed interesting. Sadly, it proved nearly unplayable. Someone experienced with this sort of game may do fine, but I struggled to figure out what I was supposed to do and eventually gave up. You have to do so many boring tasks to get something simple done, as if they tried to prevent the game from being to short, instead of making a better longer game. Example (MINOR SPOILERS): struggle to set up spy camera with correct lens (no instructions given), tripod too low for view out of window (seriously?), go back to office and search for taller tripod, try camera again only to find steam from leaky pipe in nearby building blocking view, find someone to fix pipe...take photo...develop photo (no instructions given), give photos to your boss who does not accept them because you apparently had to take more photos (this was never made clear). The game is full of this, tedious and not enough guidance or help. The voice acting is very mediocre (why get sleepy americans to do german voices?). There were also some problems with screen resolution and loading crashes. All in all a pity, as this game clearly had some potential, with great and historically authentic looking visuals. If you like the subject material and have a lot of experience with these sorts of games, you may like it, otherwise, give this a miss as there are probably much better point-and-click games out there.
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9.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. April
Very nice game in general, with an original historical background. You play a SS Standartenfuhrer, who chooses to get involved in a plot to assassinate Hitler, using his authority in the Gestapo. What called my attention is that the character you play -intentionally or not- is not the typical "good guy". He's far from noble, actually. His main reason for being disenchanted with Hitler was that he saw Germans in the concentration camps (apparently he was cool with it when it was only the Jews). Mild mild spoiler (not really, but just in case: He doesn't care about exposing the conspirators to his superior, saving only who can be useful to him in the future, or about accusing an "innocent" man as communist because he was in his way, even after he stated that his motivation came from seeing Germans in the camps solely for being communists or personal enemies to people in power. This is unusual, and was very interesting for me during the gameplay.

THE GOOD:
+ Nice visuals, with beautiful artwork in the cut scenes.
+ Excellent attention to detail, especially with historical elements.
+ The music isn't overwhelming or annoying; sound effects are cool.
+ Different dialog options. It doesn't change the main outcome, but you may learn more or less, according to what you choose.
+ The plot was believable, historically accurate within the context of this fictional little story, and made sense.

THE NOT SO GOOD:
* Two of the "mini-games" inserted in the game are exclusively about luck, rather than skills, and losing them may block your game, forcing you to use a previously saved game.
* The first mini-game was quite poorly explained.
* The game has you picking up stuff you don't need at the moment. This is a common trait of most point-and-click games, but it kind of spoils the immersion.
* Voice acting was... not that good. Some characters were ok, others less so.
* Even though the main plot was somewhat solved, many point were left open in the hopes of part 2. But let's hope!

THE HORRIBLE:
- The pronunciation of German words was preposterous, especially by certain characters. Every time someone said "Wehrmacht", I felt like someone was scratching a blackboard. Note that I'm not German, and I'm cool with actors pronouncing "Gestapo" instead of "Geshtapo", but some of it was too bad even for me.
- The woman who did the voice of "Victoria". That was the worst part of this game, and the worst I ever heard. I heard kids in elementary school reading from history books better than this lady did her lines. PLUS: she pronounced the word "Fuhrer" as "fur-r", and that wasn't the worst part of her "acting".
(Another reviewer deemed her probably the worst voice actress in the history of gaming, and I agree)

Not mind-blowingly good, but I recommend it. I had a very good time playing it, and I'm looking forward to playing the next one!
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17.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. November 2011
Excellent game, especially for history buffs.
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15.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. April 2012
There should be really more of those games. An adventure game with nice puzzles, not to hard and a capturing story line. I really enjoyed the time spent on trying to kill Hitler.
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11.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18. Februar 2013
A Stroke of Fate: Operation Valkyrie is a typical point-and-click adventure containing dry, emotionless, and uninspiring voice actors. They really should have done the game in German with English subtitles or at least cast actors with German accents. But even then, when you supply actors with no personality, it wouldn't have mattered much.

The story takes place after the failed attempt of the original Operation Valkyrie and you play the role of an SS Officer with a secret desire to carry on the mission. Many of the clickable objects provide a mini 1940s German history lesson. It's slightly interesting, but the storytelling is pretty bland making this a boring experience overall.
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31.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. Dezember 2011
I'm so extemly aroused by the main character of Gerhard Meyer in his uniform that I can't properly focus on the game.
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3 von 8 Personen (38 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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14.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. November 2011
Placed in 1944 Mayer, a Gestapo soldier, is attempting to hide his love for men with his never ending flirting with females. Engage in awkward dialogue and confusing puzzles in order to suceed with the plan to ki- TO BE CONTINUED.
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