Is it fun to travel around the world in 80 days? "Around the world in 80 days" is an adventure game adapted from the novel of the same name. Players have to follow the route of the protagonist in the game to complete their journey around the world. Let's take a look at the 80 day round the world game evaluation.
Players need to take their loyal servants to sail out to sea to start their journey. The first thing they pass is the Mediterranean Sea between Europe and Africa. After saying goodbye to the Mediterranean Sea with pleasant climate, players will enter the Red Sea, which is known as "not drowning". After leaving the Red Sea, they will come to the Arabian Sea, which has numerous tall mosques on the shore; As long as you pass through the vast but warm and humid Indian Ocean and the sea of Japan, you will return to your lovely hometown London.
During the voyage, players will pass through nearly 150 cities with their own characteristics. Players can taste delicious suckling sheep in Istanbul, or watch a mysterious opera in the Far Eastern country of Japan. In addition to traveling around the world, players can also experience the marks of the great changes of the times in the game. For example, players can not only see carriages everywhere on the streets of London, but also see trains, the most important product of the steam age, on the outskirts of London.
80 day round the world game evaluation
This is a rare history RPG game, players in leisure and entertainment at the same time also in a cultural journey. As a game, this one is very entertaining. Players can design their own navigation routes. It's up to the players to decide which city to land in and not to go to. The whole navigation process will be entirely up to the players' choice. As an RPG game, this work has no plot, which makes the trial editor very surprised. But on the other hand, it also shows that this work has super high degree of freedom. In addition, this map adopts a circular design, which makes it more realistic without the obstruction of the map boundary.