The Spiritual. The Supernatural. The Skeptical. All are touched upon in Nostradamus: The Last Prophecy. The player is immortalized as a profiler of sorts in this treasure hunt game - a brilliantly vivid historical rendition of the acclaimed quatrains of Nostradamus.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (84 reviews) - 71% of the 84 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Apr 24, 2014

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“If you’re the type of gamer who enjoys a good, logical mystery within a solid historical framework, I predict you’ll have hours of enjoyment with Nostradamus: The Last Prophecy.”
83% – Just Adventure

“I was both pleased and impressed, as Nostradamus: The Last Prophecy is a solid game with an intriguing story and fun, well-integrated puzzles.”
80% – Adventure Gamers

Feature List

  • A historical fiction based on the life and works of Nostradamus. This first-person, point-and-click adventure will defy logic.
  • Astrology. Science. Religion. The Occult. Murder. Even the most skeptical will turn superstitious as you’re tested with an arsenal of puzzles and enigmas, each more Machiavellian than the other.
  • The art of cross-dressing. Madeleine must confront the prejudice of a “man’s world”. Her father’s mastery of cosmetics allows her to take on the identity her younger brother, Caesar. Toggle between identities to uncover the truth.
  • Apothecary Recipes aka “chemical mixology”. Prepare disguises to talk to certain people, medicines to avoid or recover from the plague and potions for hypnosis and even a love potion.
  • Cracking the codes. Master the deciphering the stars and constellations in the zodiac to transcription keys and other messages behind the prophecy.
  • Investigate Nostradamus’ home, office and observatory along with 20+ other locations including the Royal Castle, Catherine de Medici’s reception hall, crypts, underground passages and more!

About This Game

The Spiritual. The Supernatural. The Skeptical. All are touched upon in Nostradamus: The Last Prophecy. The player is immortalized as a profiler of sorts in this treasure hunt game - a brilliantly vivid historical rendition of the acclaimed quatrains of Nostradamus.

The adventure begins in the South of France as Salon-de-Provence, and its Royal Family fall prey to unfathomable terrors. You play as Madeleine de Nostradame, the daughter of the famous astrologer, author and apothecary as she hunts down an assassin who uses astrology to disguise his crimes as fearsome prophecies. But when past, present and the uncertain future collide…your more logical nature may turn superstitious.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
    • Processor: 800 MHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    • OS: OSX 10.6
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.9 hrs on record
Posted: September 28
This game is very relaxing and fun. The puzzles are great, and easy to get into for all ages. I highly recommend this game for anyone that is looking for something simple and challenging at the same time. If you like to think, this game will do just that!
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.1 hrs on record
Posted: July 12
*Artwork/Animation: 5/10
The amount of details put into the clothes, room decorations, and intractable objects were a great contradiction to other point and click games. I found that the details weren't lacking and made up for the fact that the animations were not up to par. They weren't glitchy, however, they weren't executed well or synchronized with their actions.

*Hours to complete: 5 hours on average
I was able to complete the whole game with in 5 hours. There are no extra challenges and no steam achievements for this game.

*Story Line: 8/10
I knew who Nostradamus was before playing the game, however, if you don't know who or what he did there is no back story so you don't fully understand what the story line is supposed to lead up to. On the contrary the game does give you a bit of information on him through out the game play. Nostradamus was a French prophet in the 1500s who predicted a lot of world events such as Hitler, 9/11, and the Great London fire. You play as Nostradamus' daughter who must disguise herself as her brother, Cesar, and discover why people close to the Queen have recently been turning up dead. You go along with a prediction that has been altered which states that after 12 catastrophes the royal family would be struck with a death.

*Game Play: 9/10
This is a point and click adventure puzzle game. This is another semi challenging game because it doesn't hold your hand through out the play through. You get a journal of what papers and notes you collect other than that you're left with dialogue to figure out what to do. Solving the puzzles was fun and there weren't many dull moments with this game. When playing through the puzzles you can see the real creativity of the developers, even if some puzzles were kind of unnecessary. Towards the end, there are timed puzzles that make it more stressful and less of a casual game.

*Price: 6/10
~~(7/12/2015) As of today, the price is: $7.99
With this game you get 5 full hours of entertainment and I can honestly only see myself only playing through it one time so I probably will never touch it again. Kind of a waste of $7, even if it is on the cheaper side. I feel $5 for this game is reasonable considering the graphics and how quickly you can get through the game, especially if you follow a walk through. If you pick it up on sale it's a gem. However I did genuinely enjoy the game and everything it had to offer.

I really did enjoy playing this game and I could defiantly see this not being everyone's cup of tea, but if you do enjoy playing:
>Detective games
>Point and clicker games
>Casual games
>Puzzle games
>Short play through games
...then this is a great game for you!
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: September 24
Nostadamus: The Last Prophecy is an unusual, impressive and engaging game with a strong storyline and fun puzzle elements througout!

I love the historical fiction it's based off and the point-and-click genre is one of my favourites; so anyone who's into either is going to love this game.

There is a lot of logic involved and the game reminds me of Myst in many regards. Highly recommended!
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: September 25
Here is another game that I was exceptionally glad to have the capacity to play after so long. I didn't recollect the greater part of it in any case.

What I really adore about this game is that the vast majority of the riddles are extremely sensible (and rather straightforward), dissimilar to the new propensity of experience game, which are typically taking into account assembling a great deal irregular things without evident reason, which you will need to consolidate (I decidedly despise pixel chasing), and where you don't generally comprehend what you should or, more vital, why. In this game, all that you has a reason in the story. Futhermore, some of your decisions have an effect on your advancement (and score).

I enjoyed the story and the work of art so much, that I couldn't have cared less that the representation's nature was not the last's remainder. Goodness, and I discovered a little bug that made me need to restart the game (the significance of sparing).

Presently, the fact of the matter is that it is a short game and the main enthusiasm of playing it again would be to attempt to get a higher score. However, I am a sucker for this careful sort of game so I cherished it (and replayed it!).
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: September 25
Not my usual genre of game but I've really enjoyed this game so far and can't wait to complete it. Finding the hidden objects has been really fun, some objects are laid out in plain sight and some are a little more hidden in places such as draws and and inside cupboards. A really frustrating game yet really fun at the same time. I would really recommend getting this game.
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