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PC - Mystery of the Druids, The (PAL, big box) new unsealed


PC - Mystery of the Druids, The (PAL, big box) new unsealed


Factory sealed game for the PC. 

PAL version. 

In-game language, instruction booklets and box text are English.
Unused, in near mint condition. Please refer to pictures for details of condition and contents.

Please note: As this is an old PC game, it may not work properly on Windows versions that were developed after this game's release. If the game offers online play, this may not be supported anymore. Activation codes (if applicable) may not be usable anymore, or they may still work at Steam. 


Genre: 3D adventure 
Number of players: 1 

EAN 4015756105752

The Mystery of the Druids (German: Das Geheimnis der Druiden) is a single-player adventure video game developed by the German company House of Tales and published by cdv Software Entertainment. The game was first released in March 2001 for Microsoft Windows.

The story takes place in Britain, where Detective Brent Halligan, an inspector at Scotland Yard, investigates a brutal series of murders committed in England. The investigation leads Detective Halligan into a mystery surrounding the demise of the British Order of Druids and eventually takes him on a trip through time itself.

Nordic Games announced on December 5, 2014 that it had acquired the game's intellectual property.

A large portion of the game-play in The Mystery of the Druids consists of discovering clues and solving puzzles. Clues are mainly found by moving the computer mouse over various objects on the screen and clicking them to add them to the inventory or gain information about them. Puzzles are often solved by combining items, using drag and drop gestures, after which the player must figure out how the newly created item is used. Many actions in the game require the completion of such puzzles, such as being able to use a telephone.

Interaction with non-player characters is accomplished through dialog trees. These conversations with non-player characters are essential to playing the game, as many of the major plot points are revealed through conversation rather than through investigating the environment.

Source: Wikipedia