Adventure games abound on the internet. A lot of them are quite interesting. Some of them are really fun to play. The Frankenstein Wars is one of the latter. In this game, you get a non-linear story, which means that there are multiple outcomes, depending on the decisions you make, similar to a lot of popular console games.
In The Frankenstein Wars, you play as two brothers who have long kept the secret to Victor Frankenstein’s resurrection technology until the end of the Napoleonic Wars. The secret comes to life at last in 1827, in revolutionary France. The radical Zeroiste movement creates an army of zombies to seize control of the country, and then to cross the English Channel to strike at the heart of the British Empire. Only Tom and Anton have the power to stop the Zeroistes, or to stoke the flames of an all-out war. Also, along the lines you get to decide if the brothers become allies or enemies.
The Frankenstein is a raw, epic story-driven game. There are lots of interesting features, the most intriguing of which is the non-linear storyline. Also, you get to interact with historical characters like napoleon Bonaparte, Ada Lovelace and so on. You explore 8 interactive maps to reach your objectives, and pit yourself against ever-shifting goals. Furthermore, storylines can be time-sensitive. This means that the longer you take to reach your goal, the better prepared your opponents will be. Also, the weather affects the game in more ways than just aesthetics.
Some other features of the game include an immersive soundtrack with classical flavors (courtesy of Cubus Games), original illustrations, and narrated strategic battles in which you direct whole battalions. This actually makes up for the $5.49 price tag. This game is an upfront paid release. You pay for everything at once, which means no in-app purchases. The Frankenstein Wars is available on Google Play Store.
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