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The Queen's Footsteps

by Davide Bucci

Episode 2 of The Adventures of Emilia Vittorini

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About the Story

Today is August 27th, 1904. Nine months ago, you, Emilia Vittorini, joined the Italian Archeological Expedition in Egypt led by Ernesto Schiaparelli, the director of the Egyptian Museum of Turin. You are now back in Genoa, Italy: your steam ferry arrived three days ago with 25 wooden boxes containing Queen Nefertari Meritmut's grave goods, a real treasure! They left Genoa by train, heading towards Turin, yesterday evening. While they were in transit, you were invited to a sumptuous reception organised by a wealthy art lover, Eugenio Collovati, count of Raligotto, but it would be hard to say that you appreciated the evening.

But the reception was yesterday: now, you must catch the train to Turin and check that the treasure arrived safely. I will be your eyes and ears. Good luck.

Available for C64, VIC20+32K, C128, Plus/4, PET models with at least 32K of RAM, , ZX Spectrum 48K, MS-DOS, Olivetti M20, RC2014, Commander X16.

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Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
Development System: AWS
IFID: Unknown
TUID: 4m8nux6rzdbwpoqn


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Historical sci-fi / alternate history by Rovarsson
I loved "Slouching towards Bedlam". Does anyone know of any other games that have that "the-future-as-it-might-have-been-imagined-long-ago"-feel? Anything steampunk qualifies, I'm also thinking of Jules Verne's novels and even the world...

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