Jason The Greek Screens and Info

Jason The Greek Screens and Info

A point-and-click episodic adventure in which Jason and the Argonauts meet Captain Kirk

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Videos - November 29, 2013
News - November 29, 2013
 
Jason The Greek: The Ladies of Lemnos is the first chapter in a series of point-and-click adventures created by DreamFever Ltd, an indie developer based in Surrey, UK. The game is based on the mythical adventures of Jason and The Argonauts in their quest to find the Golden Fleece.

You play as Jason – the handsome, seductive and quick-witted captain of The Argo – who is stranded alone on a beach in Gods-know-where after being knocked off the ship by a huge wave. It's up to you to guide him off the island and back to his ship and crew so they can continue their quest.

Chapter 1 of the series, The Ladies of Lemnos, is true to the original legend in that The Argonauts first stopped on the Island looking for any clue as to the whereabouts of the fleece.

The fact is that the island is populated only by women. Well…can you imagine Capt. Kirk on an island of women…?

Features include:
  • Explore a unique take on the classic Greek Myth in its own cartoon style!
  • Interact with characters, objects, items and crabs!
  • Solve mysteries and uncover a dark secret (Ooooh)!
  • Romance a princess!
  • Escape from a princesses bedroom before she wakes up.
  • And basically steal any item that isn’t nailed to the floor…

The game is planned for PC, Mac, iPad and Table Android, with the release of Chapter 1 scheduled for summer 2014. A Kickstarter campaign is planned, and a demo is available on both the game's official website and its page on the IndieDB site.
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KristianFosh
KristianFosh

Hi,

I just want to thank you for posting about my game, I am so very flattered that you would take the time to talk about it!

Have posted your site onto the facebook page so the crew can enjoy it - I hope once the kickstarter campaign starts I could send you more information in case you might post another update?

Thank you again,

Kris
aka Jason The Greek

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