The Kingdom of Aurelia is a steampunk, an adventure full of mystery game history, a lot of actors and the mechanics of searching for items - it is on these "pillars" that the novelty of the Absolutist Games studio keeps, all quests of which are real works of art. The plot of the mysterious quest tells us about a little guy who destined to commit a long and dangerous journey. One evil sorcerer used a damned knife to inflict a deep wound on the beautiful princess Aurora, after which she fell into a state of forgetfulness. And to raise the heiress of the throne to his feet, it is necessary to find the villain and force him to remove the terrible spell from the girl. The gameplay of this adventure quest for the Android platform unfolds in a standard format for this genre, that is, from the first person. The user has to move between the rooms of the royal castle, communicate with the most colorful characters, collect in inventory all the items that can later help to accomplish the main task. Missions and logical tasks do not shine with novelty, but they sometimes make a gamer pretty much break his head. For quick and error-free execution of tasks, the user is rewarded with some valuable item, an informative note revealing some of the mysterious history, a detail of the enchanted mechanism, and so on, all that will help to locate the harmful old man as soon as possible.
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