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Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals
From the art and stories of famed graphic novelist and filmmaker Enki Bilal, and the studio created by adventure game legend Benoit Sokal comes Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals. Set in France in the year 2023, the country is governed by a dictator who rules by religious absolute power.
Release Date: Sep 7, 2008
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Reviews

"A challenge worth taking on. One of the best looking 3D adventure games I’ve seen. It's fun to look at and fun to play"
IGN — 82%

"This is an adventure game that rises above the crowd in terms of great story and immersive gameplay elements. There is just the right mix of puzzles and dialogue, plus lots of action."
GameZone — 80%

"It is professionally done with good graphics, good voice acting and challenging puzzles."
JustAdventure — 80%

"Nikopol is a concise, smoothly flowing sci-fi adventure that offers plenty of challenge. It’s a visually impressive experience, and a worthy addition to your adventure game collection."
CheatCodeCentral — 82%

About the Game

From the art and stories of famed graphic novelist and filmmaker Enki Bilal, and the studio created by adventure game legend Benoit Sokal comes Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals.

Set in France in the year 2023, the country is governed by a dictator who rules by religious absolute power. A mysterious ship shaped like a pyramid has just appeared in the sky and sent representatives to speak with the French government.

As Nikopol, you will find yourself in a suspenseful adventure to find your father and thwart a dangerous conspiracy. Entangled in political intrigue you're caught between two worlds, one of anarchy and one of immortality.

  • A thrilling mental challenge in a rich futuristic universe inspired by famed graphic novelist Enki Bilal
  • As Nikopol, you must use cunning and logic to protect yourself from the Immortals' plans and thwart a dark conspiracy
  • Interaction with 8 characters in 6 different environments, each made of several settings
  • Visually stunning graphics
  • Immersive gameplay
  • Classic point and click interface

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista
    • Processor: 1.5 GHz Processor
    • Memory: 512 MB
    • Graphics: DirectX compatible 128 MB graphics card
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2.5 GB
    • Sound: DirectX compatible audio card
Helpful customer reviews
35 of 48 people (73%) found this review helpful
103 products in account
5 reviews
2.3 hrs on record
Beautiful graphics, and interesting premise but the game itself is extremely frustrating. The puzzles themselves are pretty simple, but in addition to the old pixel hunt style, the game doesn't enable the hotspots for items or usable scenery until specific times. Then, just to ramp up the frustration, there are timed puzzles, with the same constraints. Suddenly scenery and items become arbitrarily active or inactive, with little time to experiment and search. Feels like a serving of frustration with a side of screw you from the author. Having a walkthrough helps, but it'll just ♥♥♥♥ you off when you see that your solution was correct -- you just weren't doing it the way the designer wanted you to, and at the right time that the designer wanted you to.
Posted: February 4th, 2014
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
227 products in account
10 reviews
0.2 hrs on record
This game by far is different from anything that I have ever played. Try it out if you like a change of pace.
Posted: February 5th, 2014
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7 of 11 people (64%) found this review helpful
488 products in account
48 reviews
7.7 hrs on record
Pretty damn cool adventure game
Posted: June 22nd, 2014
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
134 products in account
5 reviews
3.5 hrs on record
Nikopol is a relatively short point & click that looks good and features some solid voice acting. Puzzle are, for the most part not overly complicated, though a couple require finding just the right spot in the scene to click on, and a couple seemed a bit unintuitive to me. Overall a fun experience, a good game for a couple free hours some night.
Posted: June 29th, 2014
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
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1 review
4.4 hrs on record
This game is fairly short which is normally not a good thing. However at the end of this game, I merely felt relief that it was over along with a small wtf at the bizarre closing soliloquy. I found the puzzles to be mostly annoying: trying to pixel hunt the one element in the room you can use while guards are beating down a door isn't much fun imho. Most times I wound up replaying the scene over and over to try different combinations of inventory items or to find the interactive object in the room. At least the game autosaves constantly so you don't have to re-do the entire level when you fail a puzzle.

The story was ok, though by the end I didn't really care what happened-- I just wanted it to end.
Posted: July 5th, 2014
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35 of 48 people (73%) found this review helpful
103 products in account
5 reviews
2.3 hrs on record
Beautiful graphics, and interesting premise but the game itself is extremely frustrating. The puzzles themselves are pretty simple, but in addition to the old pixel hunt style, the game doesn't enable the hotspots for items or usable scenery until specific times. Then, just to ramp up the frustration, there are timed puzzles, with the same constraints. Suddenly scenery and items become arbitrarily active or inactive, with little time to experiment and search. Feels like a serving of frustration with a side of screw you from the author. Having a walkthrough helps, but it'll just ♥♥♥♥ you off when you see that your solution was correct -- you just weren't doing it the way the designer wanted you to, and at the right time that the designer wanted you to.
Posted: February 4th, 2014
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