Les Miserables - Jean Valjean
Average Rating 7 player reviews ( 3.1 out of 5.0 )
Discover the story of Jean Valjean, the hero of the novel "Les Misérables"!
This game is a free adaptation of the novel "Les Misérables", written by Victor Hugo in 1862.
In 1815, Jean Valjean is freed from prison labor, and is an outcast filled with hate and a sense of injustice. He steals silverware from Monseigneur Bienvenu, who has provided him with food and shelter. However, the bishop's generosity teaches him what virtue and integrity are. When Jean Valjean arrives in Montreuil-sur-Mer, he becomes Monsieur Madeleine, the town mayor. He meets Fantine, and promises her to save Cosette from the clutches of the Thénardiers.
-Meet famous characters from the novel
-Be part of the revolt in the Rue Saint Denis
-Collect key objects to interact with your environment
-Animated interactive areas
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HO's are a bit hard.Objects are small or hidden behind items and unable to find. You can skip discussions by clicking thru. But I read them so I know the story line.I used alot of hints to find objects again small,dark, unable to see them. This is one of the hardest HO's game I have ever played.The music is so repetitive I turned it off. Enjoy. See more See less
Oh, my, where to begin. Extreme junk pile HO's that are too dark, and the items are entirely too small and nearly impossible to find. No voice-overs. The devs are using the same HO scenes over and over, which is very lazy on their part. You cannot click on inventory items to move them, you HAVE to drag them. Cannot click on the outside of the inventory item boxes to exit, you have to hit the "X" button. The skip button is entirely too long on the puzzles. They shouldn't be any longer than 30 seconds, IMHO. The people who want to work the puzzles can ignore a quick skip button. Those who want to skip shouldn't have to wait that long. IMO, these devs need to desperately go to that "aquatic" website and see just how an HO game is made and played. This game isn't worth the price for me. Maybe anywhere from 99 cents to 1.99, but no more. Sorry, devs, but I think you and your games desperately need to go back to the drawing board. See more See less