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Veröffentlichung: 1. Sep. 2002

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"Die rostig-schrammenreich gestalteten Automaten verleihen der Spielwelt ein herrlich altmodisches Flair. (Klassiker, aus c't 18/02)"
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“Bietet eine riesige Dose von dem, was Adventure-Spieler gerne mögen: eine reichhaltige Geschichte, komplexe Charaktere, Puzzle zu Hauf und Entdeckungsreisen durch eine Serie wunderschöner und beeindruckender Schauplätze.”
100% – JustAdventure
“Syberia ist ein Abenteuerspiel wie kein anderes, mit einer fesselnden Geschichte, einer wirklich wunderschönen Spielwelt und beeindruckender Grafik.”
91% – Gamespot
“Es wird diejenigen von Ihnen erfreuen, die hungrig nach etwas anderem sind, als nach dem üblichen Adventure-Titel”
90% – Gamezone

Über dieses Spiel

Kate Walker, eine junge, aufstrebende Anwältin aus New York, wird etwas angeboten, was wie ein unkomplizierter Auftrag erscheint - ein kurzer Zwischenstopp um den Verkauf einer alten Automatenfabrik, versteckt in den Alpentälern, zu erledigen, und dann direkt zurück in die USA.
Sie konnte sich nicht im Traum vorstellen, dass sich ihr Leben grundlegend verändern würde, als sie sich auf das Projekt einließ. Auf ihrer Entdeckungsreise durch Europa, von Westeuropa zu den entlegensten Gegenden Ostrusslands reisend, begegnet sie einer Heerschar an unglaublichen Charakteren und Schauplätzen bei ihrem Versuch Hans den genialen Erfinder ausfindig zu machen - der finale Schlüssel um das Geheimnis von Syberia zu entschlüsseln. Ihre Reise durch Land und Zeit stellt alles was sie schätzt in Frage, während der Deal den sie unterschrieben hat, sich als ein Pakt mit dem Schicksal herausstellt.


  • Ein fesselndes Drehbuch, das sich außerhalb Ihres Vorstellungsvermögens befindet
  • Reich an faszinierenden Charakteren mit einer detaillierten und realistischen 3D-Umgebung
  • Filmreife Kameraperspektiven, Bewegungen und Rahmenwerk
  • Originelle und kreative Puzzle (komplett in das Szenario integriert)


Mac OS X
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Prozessor: 1 GHz CPU
    • Speicher: 512 MB
    • Festplatte: 1.2 GB
    • Grafikkarte: DirectX kompatible Grafikkarte mit 128 MB Speicher
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sound: Soundkarte mit DirectX 9.0c Unterstützung
    • OS: 10.6 or later
    • CPU: 600 Mhz (INTEL ONLY)
    • RAM: 128 MB
    • Hard Drive: 1,5 GB
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5 von 5 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
13.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Mai
Tolles Adventure mit einer Geschichte der etwas anderen Art...die einen sofort in ihren Bann zieht.

Logische und gute Rätsel
schöne Schauplätze
atmosphärische Geschichte
gut ausgearbeitete Charaktere

keine Einstellbare Auflösung (800 auf 600)
es besteht aber die Möglichkeit im Fenstermodus zu spielen wobei es bei mir auf einem 22 Zoll Monitor durchaus noch gut aussah.
Musikstücke welche sehr gut sind wiederholen sich öfter
kein kombinieren der Items möglich

Wertung: 80%
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. März
Spiele das Spiel noch nicht sehr lange aber es hat mich sofort wieder zurückerinnert an die guten 90er und meinen geliebten Point n Click Adventures
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1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
8.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Januar
Are you annoyed by Kate's slow pace?
Do you want to smash your face against your monitor every time you have to go through a long distance twice, or thrice, because of some minor mistake?
Are you interested in being able to admire the beautiful scenery without losing five minutes for no reason?
Rejoice, there is a way to avoid all that!
We are proud to present you the "double click"!
Double-clicking is for you!
Double click the sh!t out of everything, make Kate run and enjoy this beautiful game.

Brought to you by someone who discovered far too late in the game that Kate can run!

-I love this game. It stood the test of time. I think I enjoyed it more than when I first played it back in 2005, but it might be because of that double-click thingie.
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12 von 13 Personen (92%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
20.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. Januar
I was about to write a review then I remembered I alredy did. Back in 2002. So here it is, unedited:

Games such as this one bring smile to my face. Why? Because I was initially an adventure game player and the last few years have been quite bad for this genre. Ever since Sierra and LucasArts stopped their production of adventures and turned over to the more profitable games, a few developers have even tried to do something. The only true masterpiece that I can think of at the moment is Funcom’s The Longest Journey, while Dreamcatcher’s creations were far from what we really need (still, my congratulations to Dreamcatcher for even trying where others don’t bother at all!). I doubt the situation will get any better soon, but Syberia might prove that there’s a lot that adventures can provide, especially to young gamers.

In this 3rd person adventure you play a role of Kate Walker, a young lawyer from New York who was sent to Valadilene, a little town in France to complete the deal of purchasing a local toy factory for a huge multinational company. Unfortunately, the owner of the factory Anna Voralberg has just passed away and her only heir, her brother Hans is nowhere to be found. This is where your adventure begins.

The story might not sound like it’s anything special, but it’s actually amazing! As you do your research to find Hans, you will discover a lot about the Voralberg family, their toy factory and Hans’ maniacal obsession with automatons and mammoths. You will even meet a few automatons made by Hans, robots with their own character! Your journey will also take you to the weird university in Barrockstadt in Germany where you’ll meet more weird people, then to Russian mining city ruled by a lunatic and so on. Everywhere you go you will get into a bit abnormal situations but you’ll get used to it.

Unfortunately, most of the puzzles are rather easy and each problem can be solved in a real short time. Still, since there are many locations and a lot of puzzles you won’t notice this often. I got stuck in only two occasions and both times it really was my fault – once I had to use a cell phone and the other time I just didn’t see the closet that contained two important items. Also, there is no item combination at all, making everything a lot easier as well.

Now I must mention the visuals of Syberia. The graphics are simply amazing! It’s obvious that a lot of effort was put into the visual side of this great game. A few screens of the game exist only to show the beautiful scenery such as the side view of the Barrockstadt University or the resort hotel in Russia. The same applies to the sound as the game features some fine, classical tunes specific to the region in which you are at the moment. I especially liked the music in Russia, which sounded a lot like the old Soviet anthem. The complete game is voice covered and the voice acting is probably the best I’ve heard lately!

Overall, Syberia may be a bit easy for the experienced players but it’s a true masterpiece in the genre. I was delighted to see normal controls unlike in a lot of similar games that I had a chance to play in the last 15 months or so. It’s all point&click, like in good old times. Syberia is a well-made game, with an intriguing story and even a little soap opera that goes on over Kate’s cell phone. I can’t give it a score larger than 82% due to easy puzzles, but … good work by Microids, I am hoping to see more of their work soon!

Plus: Magnificent graphics and sound, intriguing story, easy controls.
Minus: Easy puzzles, some pixel hunting.
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12 von 13 Personen (92%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. April
Oh man, this is a really nostalgic game for me.

During my 12th birthday, my aunt came to visit me from Portugal and brought with her a couple of gifts, but one in particular was the 'special' gift for my birthday. At the time I had been bugging the ♥♥♥♥ out of my parents to buy me Battlefield 1942 and I was damn sure that that is what my 'special' gift was.

I could barely sleep the night before knowing that Im going to be playing BF1942. The day comes and when I vehemently tore the wrapping paper apart, Battlefield 1942 was not to be seen. In its place I see 'Syberia'...

What the f*** is this? Syberia?....by Benoit Sokal? ..Is this a book or something?

She told me that she heard I liked computer games so she bought me that before coming to America. I thanked her but deep inside an unearthly rage started to boil. I didn't even play it for a couple days because of how disappointed I was.

It wasn't until I had to stay home from school because of a really bad flu that I installed it and gave it bash.

The story, the animations, graphics, art, and theme instantly grabbed me. The sound design was the first thing I noticed when I became instantly immersed with the pattering of rain on the window pane and the soles of your shoes walking along hardwood floors of the inn.

The puzzles arn't that complex but really solidify the theme of automatons and cogs and gears of machines. I'm currently playing through it again and its such a nostalgia trip which makes it hard to recommend since I already knew what I was getting into. However, I have no problems saying this is my favorite point and click and one of my favorite games of all time.

Make yourself some tea, wrap yourself in a warm blanket and enjoy every moment of this atmospheric masterpiece.
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