Versailles 1685
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Versailles 1685

That computer game gives an unbelievable opportunity to spend one day at the court of one of greatest kings in world history. You'll meet and talk to people, who really existed and had the wheels of People's fortune in there hands.
You can explore every corner of the biggest palace in the world.
You get the feeling that you are really in 17th's century Versailles!

Step back in time over 300 years in this groundbreaking 3-D adventure game that will immerse you in a world of art, music and royal protocol in history's most beautiful palace.

Explore every corner, find the clues and unlock the mysteries of the Court, as you strive to stop an insidious conspiracy of destruction.

From the fascinating men and women you will meet, to the rooms and artworks you will marvel at, VERSAILLES 1685 will let you see, hear and interact with a world you thought was lost forever.

Speak with over 30 characters who made history and find objects or secret messages that will help you in your quest.

In addition to state of the art entertainment, VERSAILLES 1685 offers : An amazing collection of art with over 200 paintings. The entire private collection of the King is brought together once again for the first time in centuries.

Discover paintings that are now in the world's biggest museums (the Louvre, the Prado...).

Furthermore, this is a unique chance to see them in the environment they were originally made for. You will also discover the greatest masters' painted ceilings, with OMNI3D, just as if you were there. Utmost historical precision.

This CD-ROM was made with the active participation of the Museum of Versailles. The research lasted two years to rebuild Versailles in computer generated 3-D.Sites that have now disapeared where rebuilt based upon numerous archives.

VERSAILLES 1685's characters are also based upon portraits from the XVIIth century. A complete and precise source of information At any point during the adventure, you can access documents on the Castle, the Court and the history of Versailles.

Thus, VERSAILLES 1685 combines pure multimedia entertainment pleasure borught to you by Cryo and complete historical information and precision thanks to the work of the Museum of Versailles.


© Elena Steingrad     2000 -

the image of Louis XIV in the menu is taken from PC-Game "Versailles II" created by Cryo Interactive Entertainment. See the description of that game under "Software" for more information.