The Procession to Calvary
is now available
, offering a Windows, macOS, and Linux point-and-click adventure
based on the artwork of the renaissance.
look, showing off gameplay that looks like a classic Terry Gilliam animation
from Monty Python's Flying Circus. So put down that dead parrot and silly walk
to the description below for word on this:
Joe Richardson, the mind behind
the critically acclaimed Four Last Things today releases his new point-and-click
adventure set in the Renaissance period, The Procession To Calvary. Explore the
arts of esteemed artists such as Botticelli, Michelangelo and more in a tongue
in cheek look at times past while on a grand exploration to find Heavenly Peter.
Set to a stunning classical soundtrack, The Procession To Calvary is a
stand-alone game to its previous entry Four Last Things, however is set in the
same world to ensure a consistency that fans have come to relish. Experience the
articulate worlds while solving a set of puzzles that may blow your mind.
Equipped with a sword, be careful who you use it on, as it may have dire
consequences on your path of achieving your goal however under certain
circumstances it might be your only option.