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Culpa Innata

It is the golden age in mankind's evolution. But beneath a perfect world lies an unspeakable truth. That truth is ready to surface... A World Union citizen is murdered in Russia, one of the few remaining Rogue States. This murder oddly coincides with the accidental death of a prominent professor in Adrianopolis, an important border town between the World Union and Russia. Peace Officer Phoenix Wallis is assigned to lead the investigation of the murder. Still young and inexperienced, she will soon make discoveries beyond her wildest imagination, as skilled hackers and subversive characters begin taking an inexplicable interest in Phoenix. Her investigation reveals enigmatic clues that lead her deeper and deeper into a mystery that challenges not only her case, but her very beliefs in the worldview she has sworn to protect.

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Posted by cheesebaker on Jun 23, 2012

It would be a gem were it complete

I had not played this game initially because it got only 3.5 stars but now that I played it I think it deserves another half star. I would not call the game non-linear - it is linear but one has a nice illusion of freedom. A story-based game either can have...

Posted by emric on May 30, 2012

frustrating & monotonous—yet highly immersive & addictive non-linear experience

Playing Culpa Innata was frustrating & monotonous, but highly immersive & addictive at the same time. i haven't played a game before where i felt these positive and negative effects at the same time so consistently. The game is set in a Utopian future (...

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Adventure Games by Momentum AS

» Culpa Innata (series)

Game Information

Platform PC
Perspective Third-Person
Control Point-and-click
Gameplay Investigative
Genre Mystery, Science Fiction
Theme Conspiracy
Graphic Style Illustrated realism
Presentation -
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media DVD

Product Details

System Requirements
Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Pentium III 800 MHz, AMD Athlon XP1600+ (Intel Pentium IV 3.0 GHz, AMD Athlon 64 3700+ recommended)
512 MB RAM (1024 MB RAM recommended)
128 MB Video Card (512 MB recommended)
3.5 Gb free hard drive space
DVD-ROM drive
Known Issues
1.) v 1.01 patch released on Oct. 24, 2007 corrects an animation glitch and several continuity errors; allows the use of the middle mouse scrolling button in all PA menus, right clicking will shorten phone conversations. 2.) v. 1.02 patch released on Nov. 16, 2007 - fixes crash problems especially when looking at inventory (due to some graphic card driver's incompatibility with DirectX). 3.) v 1.03 patch released on Dec. 5, 2007 solves several Vista stability issues and fixes a rare puzzle bug. See Related Links tab for download links. The latest patch is cumulative and includes previous versions. Saved games are not affected by the patch.

Culpa Innata by Momentum AS - A Point and Click Adventure Game

Culpa Innata is an adventure game, released in 2007 by Momentum AS. Culpa Innata has a Illustrated realism style and uses a Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of Culpa Innata and rate it as Good, meanwhile the community rating for Culpa Innata is Very good.
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