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Les Misérables: The Game of the Book

Les Misérables: The Game of the Book - Cover art

The first novel adapted for the ongoing Enter The Story series is Victor Hugo's Les Misérables, famous for its themes of overcoming poverty and injustice against the backdrop of 19th century France. Here playing as the spirit Peri, the story centers around Jean Valjean, a man convicted for stealing a loaf of bread to feed his starving sister and her family, and follows his life's journey into redemption as he escapes from prison, becomes a factory owner and mayor, adopts a young orphaned girl named Cosette, and aids the revolutionaries in the Paris Uprising of 1832.

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Adventure Games by Chris Tolworthy

» Enter the Story (series)

Game Information

Platform PC
Perspective First-Person, Third-Person
Control Point-and-click
Gameplay Quest
Genre Drama
Theme Historical, Licensed properties
Graphic Style Stylized art
Presentation -
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media Internet download

Product Details


System Requirements
Windows XP, Vista
1 GHz CPU (1.6 GHz recommended)
20 MB free RAM
16 bit color or higher
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Les Misérables: The Game of the Book by Chris Tolworthy - A Point and Click Adventure Game

Les Misérables: The Game of the Book is an adventure game, released in 2009 by Chris Tolworthy. Les Misérables: The Game of the Book has a Stylized art style and uses a Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of Les Misérables: The Game of the Book and rate it as Very good, meanwhile the community rating for Les Misérables: The Game of the Book is Decent.