- Last King of Africa - Episode 1: Madargane
Benoît Sokal's masterpiece finally adapted for the iPhone. A great, mysterious adventure filled with twists and turns that will lead you to the heart of the wonderful imaginary country of Maurania. Exciting riddles will make you- Last King of Africa - Episode 1: Madargane
Benoît Sokal's masterpiece finally adapted for the iPhone.
A great, mysterious adventure filled with twists and turns that will lead you to the heart of the wonderful imaginary country of Maurania. Exciting riddles will make you progress in an extraordinary story with a captivating storyline.
After her plane crashes, a young woman called Ann Smith wakes up in the hospital of Madargane, a city located North of the African country of Maurania.
Who is she? What did she come to do here? Why do all those who meet her speak fearfully of king Rodon, dictator and absolute maser of Maurania? And what is the true role of the black leopard that is strangely connected to Ann?
Ann Smith will have to solve all these mysteries in a fascinating quest to find her own identity.
Last King of Africa - Key features:
The first game on iPhone from Benoît Sokal, master of adventure (Syberia, Amerzone, etc.).
Beautiful graphics and impressive cinematics.
A unique atmosphere with dozens of different places to explore.
A story filled with riddles and encounters.
Many different characters.
An interface perfectly adapted to the iPhone's tactile screen.
Trophies and bonuses to unlock: collect all the emeralds from Rodon's lost Treasure.
Last King of Africa (PC and NDS) - What the press has to say:
“17/20, an essential game" - Jeuxvideopc
“Puzzles that are challenging, but make intuitive sense. Beautifully rendered and highly detailed art” – Gamespot
“Stunningly beautiful" - Figaro Magazine
“Our personal favorite” – Le Nouvel Observateur… Expand
Positive: 0 out of 4
Mixed: 4 out of 4
Negative: 0 out of 4
Feb 17, 2011Maybe it's for the dilated plot or maybe for the lack of great turns of events in the first hours, but The Last King of Africa doesn't look suitable for being splitted into small episodes. It's an extremely linear and really short game, that greatly disfigures near other point-and-click adventures on the App Store, like Monkey Island 2: Special Edition and Hector: Badge of Carnage.