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  • Summary: The eccentric architect Baron Wittard has built something really special: a city inside a building. This monumental pleasure dome, called 'The Utopia', features 1000 apartments, a shopping mall, and hundreds of offices and leisure facilities. All under one roof. Its grand opening wasThe eccentric architect Baron Wittard has built something really special: a city inside a building. This monumental pleasure dome, called 'The Utopia', features 1000 apartments, a shopping mall, and hundreds of offices and leisure facilities. All under one roof. Its grand opening was supposed to have been two years ago. That event never happened. A chain of mysterious events has now left the Utopia abandoned and silent. People have gone missing. Electromagnetic disturbances are increasing. These happenings all point to Wittard's desolate Utopia. Armed with only a camera and a torch, you must journey there alone to explore its winding corridors, its secret passageways, and its gloomy halls. Local townspeople say Wittard kept a terrible secret. They speak fearfully of someone or something malevolent lurking at his city. They say it is waiting and growing in power. They say time is running out... Expand
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  1. Mar 18, 2011
    60
    Baron Wittard may have failed in his bid to create a real Utopia, but he did manage to leave behind a haunting legacy that many will find worth exploring in its own right.
  2. Dec 21, 2011
    60
    A decent adventure game, allthough the story could've been told way better.
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  1. Sep 7, 2013
    6
    Baron Wittard is a solitary exploration type puzzle game in the spirit of Myst, where you have to explore a building, solve puzzles and searchBaron Wittard is a solitary exploration type puzzle game in the spirit of Myst, where you have to explore a building, solve puzzles and search for items in order to make progress. The game has a slightly creepy atmosphere and a few almost scary moments, but is not really a horror game. There are some clever puzzles but most of them will be familiar to experienced adventure gamers and the game relies a bit to much on requiring you to search the building very carefully for clues instead of requiring logical thinking. All in all it is an okayish Myst inspired adventure game, but I would not really recommend it since there are plenty of better options out there. Expand