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The Third Day a puzzle point and click about Jesus

the third day a puzzle point and click adventure about jesus coming to linux and windows pc

The Third Day a puzzle point and click adventure about Jesus coming to Linux and Windows PC. Thanks to the creative efforts of developer Pan Studio. Due to make its way onto Steam.

The story of The Third Day places us 3 days after the death of Jesus. When this takes place, he rises and embarks us on an adventure in search of God. Where our protagonist will try to discover the reasons why his father let him die on the cross. As a result, the game invites players to tour the Judea region. All while passing through the most emblematic locations of the place. Such as Bethlehem, Nazareth or Jerusalem.

The Third Day is certainly an interesting take on events. Here are the development plans.

We are currently focused on development for Windows and Android. But our plans are to launch The Third Day on all possible platforms that make sense for point & click adventures. This of course includes Linux, Apple, and even Nintendo Switch.

Therefore, plans include Linux support, although there is no release date just yet. It’s a pleasure to see such a vivid satirical take on a classic story.

The Third Day – Trailer

To advance The Third Day story we will have to face multiple ingenuity puzzles. These combine objects or using miracles such as turning water into wine or walk on water. Each location is full of charming characters and numerous dialogues. All full of humor that will reveal the ins and outs of the plot. So you can obtain clues to advance on our way.

All settings and characters are drawn by hand. These uses references of the construction of that time. So that The Third Day properly respects the architecture of the buildings. Except for items that have been purposely in the game but out of context with the plot.

The Third Day is in the final phase of development. The puzzle point and click adventure is due to release soon on Steam for Windows PC, followed by Linux. There is no launch date just yet.

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