The Longest Journey ist ein grafisch aufwendiges und fantastisches Abenteuer, in dem der Spieler die Hauptfigur, April Ryan, auf Ihrer Reise zwischen Paralleluniversen begleitet. Steigen Sie ein und nehmen Sie teil an dieser spannenden und originellen Entdeckungsreise, erforschen Sie, lösen Sie Rätzel, treffen Sie neue Leute, bezwingen...
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Veröffentlichung: 17. Nov. 2000

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"RPS's second best adventure game ever"
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"The Longest Journey ist nicht nur eines der besten Abenteuerspiele der vergangenen Jahre, es ist zudem auch eines der besten Spiele aller Zeiten"
- GamesDomain

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The Longest Journey ist ein grafisch aufwendiges und fantastisches Abenteuer, in dem der Spieler die Hauptfigur, April Ryan, auf Ihrer Reise zwischen Paralleluniversen begleitet. Steigen Sie ein und nehmen Sie teil an dieser spannenden und originellen Entdeckungsreise, erforschen Sie, lösen Sie Rätzel, treffen Sie neue Leute, bezwingen Sie furchterregende Monster, lernen Sie, wachsen Sie und erleben Sie das Abenteuer Ihres Lebens!
  • Über 150 Szenerien die zwei ausgeprägt unterschiedliche Welten umspannen
  • Mehr als 70 sprechende Charaktere
  • 40+ Stunden Spielspass
  • 20+ Minuten hochauflösende Zwischensequenzen
  • dramatische Filmusik

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Mindestanforderung: Windows 95/98, 2000, XP, Pentium 166 MMX , 32 MB RAM, Maus und Tastatur, 640x480 SVGA hochauflösende (16bit) Grafikkarte mit 2 MB RAM, Windows kompatible Soundkarte, 300 MB freier Festplattenspeicher
    Empfohlen: Pentium II, 266 Mhz, 64 MB RAM, 3d beschleunigte ( Direct 3D kompatible ) Grafikkarte mit 4 MB RAM, 1GB freier Festplattenspeicher
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
37.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. März
Great Story told by interesting Characters and strange Creatures all spoken by awesome voice Actors....one of my favorite Point n Click Adventure ....worth every penny ;)
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43.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. März
This game is only for patient people who don't mind the old graphics.

I've only recently discovered the universe behind this and Dreamfall and as a real sucker for good stories, I went for the first one in the saga. It blew my god damned mind. You play as April Ryan, an unknowing savior of the two worlds that had been split ages ago. She is able to cross the border between them and is able to fully interact with both of them. You'll meet dozens of interesting people and creatures that are fairly believable and likable. You'll be solving some really tough puzzles that don't compare with what's called puzzle now-a-days. Some mysteries which don't make any sense in the beginning will be revealed and fit so perfectly in the story at the end. Other mysteries stay concealed until now and keep thousands of fans excited for more. I highly recommend playing this one before jumping to the newer Dreamfall games. I give this game the ultimate rating 10/10

In fact, I loved the game so much that I made a complete walkthrough guide to it, feel free to check it out if you're seriously interested in buying this game because the tasks can get very confusing sometimes.
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13 von 14 Personen (93%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
32.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. März
While the graphics are outdated I really enjoyed this game.
You will get to know the main character April and join her in her adventures in strange fantasy worlds, meet many creatures and interesting people. Great story, the puzzles will keep you busy and there is so much humor and mystery in this game. After many joyful hours of playing The Longest Journey I finished it and can't wait to play the next of the series.
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10 von 11 Personen (91%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
14.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31. Januar
Epic novel

Playing 'The Longest Journey' felt like reading a captivating story, rather than playing a game. Sure, there are plenty of puzzles to solve, but it's the story that will have you hooked. You play as April Ryan, an artist who moved to Venice from the countryside, who is struggling to make ends meet in her art career. Everything changes when she meets a man named Cortez, where she gets herself into a plot to save both worlds of order (science) and chaos (magic).

Gameplay is presented in the usual 'point and click' fashion. You click on areas of the map to move April, double clicking will make her run. You can press 'escape' to skip animations (if you allowed this in the options menu) and dialogue if you just want to progress through the story quickly (although I recommend not to skip the dialogue as you may miss important information). You can interact with characters and objects by simply clicking on them. There is an inventory system which allows you to store and use items to solve the puzzles. The puzzles may be a bit tricky to solve as your not given a clear indication of where to go and how to solve the puzzles, which makes you refer to the 'trial and error' approach. Other times you will be moving back and forth areas due to some fetch quests. The store page says the game will last you '40 + hours' although I completed it in about 17 hours through using a wlakthrough (because I wanted to progress the story, without dealing with the puzzles).

The graphics are somewhat outdated in this current age. 3D-models are a bit blocky and the textures aren't as detailed as other games in the genre. Having said that, they do a decent job at setting the atmosphere in the various environments you roam in. The CG movies haven't aged well either.

Plot is where this game trully shines. The story is unique and will keep you guessing as it unravels. Voice acting of the main characters (especially April herself) is excellent and believeable, minor characters voice acting are somewhat mediocre. Your emotions will be tested here as you will feel a sense of wonder and awe, fear, laughs and a bit of sadness as the you progress though the story. The music is also decent at setting the mood.

Furthermore, you can unlock 'The book of secrets' which contains dialogue and music which were removed from the final product.

I highly recommend this game to point-and click gamers looking for a good story and don't mind solving puzzles (although I do advise using a walkthrough).
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
18.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. Januar
Great point and click adventure game. Sure it a bit outdated, but the basic foundations are still there and it has a solid GREAT story behind the game. Well worth playing even after all this time.

Story = Great;
Characters/Building = Good
World: Outdated, but still good
Navigation: Good (Esc to speed up)

If you're into games with rich stories this is a must play.
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