After A game of Intrigue at the Court of Louis XIV, Cryo, the Château of Versailles and the Réunion des musées nationaux present the second part of the most prestigious of historical adventures. Versailles, 1700: the affair causing a stir throughout the Kingdom of France and all of Europe is the Spanish succession. Who will King Charles II name in his will as heir to his innumerable possessions? It is at this point that Charles-Louis de Farevolles turns up at the Court of Louis XIV, with neither influence at Court nor money. He is, however, armed with the ambition to become a diplomat, in the hope of being sent specifically to Spain, where he yearns to be reunited with the maiden Elvira, his childhood sweetheart. Taking on the role of this character, you must enter the Court and acquire its customs. You will need to choose your allies, unfurl plots involving spies and courtiers, and, in the words of the Minister for Foreign Affairs; be prepared to perform innumerable services!
A passionate adventure created on the basis of real events in a perfectly reconstructed period environment.
A new graphics engine with 3D photo-realistic modeling, enabling total and natural immersion in the story.
Real characters from the Court – and Louis XIV himself – with whom it is necessary to converse in order to progress through the game.
Visual, dynamic, and sound effect that add realism to the adventure.
Puzzles to be solved, situations to be reversed, webs of intrigue to untangle...
Lavish and varied décor: the Château, the Grande Ecurie, and above all, the gardens, with their undergrounds passages and gushing fountains, including some reconstruction of marvel no longer intact today.
Games that were actually practiced at the Court of the Sun King integrated into the adventure (lansquenet, mail...)
An information space directly linked to the game, allowing knowledge to be enriched and details about Castle and Court life to be discovered.
An orchestra of 25 musicians directed by the harpsichordist Skip Sempé, who has specially recorded more than an hour of music for the game (works by Lully, Marin Marais, Couperin, Campra...)
Pentium II 35032 MB Ram16 bits compatible SoundBlaster95/98/ME/2000/XP