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Memento Mori

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In the famous Hermitage Museum of St. Petersburg, a precious painting is replaced with a near-perfect copy. At first glance it looks like just another art theft, but is there more than meets the eye? Players join Max, a reformed art forger, and Lara, the ambitious detective with Interpol who gave Max his second chance, in solving the mystery behind a rash of museum thefts. As the investigation deepens, you are drawn into a web of intrigue spun by an ancient Order obsessed with the 15th Century Latin work, "Ars Moriendi" or the "Art of Dying". And you may discover that when the powerful worlds of art and religion collide - the result can be murder!

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Posted by Little Writer on Jul 30, 2014

A mixed experience

This game took me 9 hours to complete. The puzzles were just right for me. I was mistaken in thinking this was one of those game with logical puzzles, so I was glad to see a classic point 'n click adventure game with inventory puzzles. The only thing that...

Posted by Yzothateg on Oct 19, 2012

Linear and boring

I played this game for around 7 hours and I can't really say i feel very motivated to continue it. The story is boring, the characters are dull and the linearity is really bad. The opening puzzle at the museum was an example of this, stuck in 4 screens with...

Posted by emric on Jun 3, 2012

not awful, but still underwhelming, mediocre and stereotypical

Memento Mori seemed to generate some level of anticipation in the lead-up to its release, but after playing it, i think the hype is mostly unfounded. it does the traditional point & click style quite well with a perfectly adequate interface, pleasing visuals...

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Adventure Games by Centauri Production

» Memento Mori (series)

Game Information

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

Memento Mori by Centauri Production - A Point and Click Adventure Game

Memento Mori is an adventure game, released in 2010 by Centauri Production. Memento Mori has a Illustrated realism style and uses a Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of Memento Mori and rate it as Good, meanwhile the community rating for Memento Mori is Good.
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