Adera: A puzzle-adventure game for Windows 8 and Microsoft Surface tablets
Have you played Adera yet?
If adventure, mystic background, and puzzle solving is your brand of online games, you surely cannot give Adera a miss. Here is what you should know about the Adera Windows 8 Game before you install it on your PC and start uncovering the mysteries.
The puzzle-adventure game, Adera, runs on Windows 8 operating systems and Microsoft Surface tablets. It has been unveiled by Hatfield, Massachusetts-based HitPoint Studios for the adventure game enthusiasts, especially the ones who love edgy, classic, and enigmatic sagas. For the uninitiated, Adera is an epic, story-driven Xbox Live game, which has been beautifully laid out in the palate of Windows 8 users.
The story of the game’s protagonist, Jane, begins with a mysterious letter that she receives from her long lost grandfather. Without much time to spare, she has to start on her quest of finding him before it is too late. And thus begins the story of intrigue, mystery and of course adventure. Your task in Adera, as a player, is to find objects hidden in the beautiful landscapes. The game takes full advantage of the features of Windows 8/Surface platform, such as multi touch controls, accelerometer (tilt) controls, and Xbox Live for Windows. It leaves no stone unturned to provide a player the adrenalin rush he/she has been craving for.
In a nutshell, here is what you can look forward to in the Adera Windows 8 Game:
- An enticing cinematic experience through the various parts of the game
- A captivating story that requires you to constantly develop newer logical methods to keep the game going
- Each of the five seasons of the game is replay-able and holds something different to be unfolded every time
- Adera is available in 40 languages, you can play the one (with voice over) that is closest to your language of preference
- It is pre-installed on Windows 8 PCs and the live tile on the OS will let you update the game as and when newer episodes are available
The Adera full game has been published by Microsoft Studios and is a part of their strategy to revive PC gaming and related tablet play. According to Aaron St. John, the co-founder and CEO of HitPoint Studios, the visual experience of Adera will be similar to the original Myst game.
HitPoint was founded in 2008 after a merger between Golden Goose Games and Paul Hake Productions. The company has produced more than 130 games in four years for more than 50 million players on the Android, iOS, Facebook, and PC platforms.
Adera Windows 8 Game is available to global audiences since October 26th, 2012.