HMS Victory by peter edwards

21st October 1805 - the Battle of Trafalgar. Over 200 years later, and HMS Victory is still visited by thousands of visitors. Your visit, however, may prove to be somewhat different from the average tour.

It all starts with a very strange encounter in a dockside pub...

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Review by Charles Scott
10 Aug 2013
This is a beautifully-produced game: the action flows smoothly, while the visuals and the background sound effects add to the atmosphere and create a vivid feeling of what it is like aboard the "Victory". It's not the most complex of games, but the puzzles are logical and engaging, and there is a wealth of fascinating detail about life aboard a nineteenth-century war ship: I learnt a lot (including the use of a tow-rag...) An enjoyable and involving experience. And from now on I'm going to be kinder to seagulls when they dive-bomb my seaside ice-cream.
Congratulations Peter Edwards.

Review by sarah4
29 Nov 2012
A great game with a lot of rooms to explore and lots of fun puzzles to solve, it's nice to see some more historical games as well! My only problems were the lack of warning about the rats on the lower decks and the fact that I only found out how to get rid of the rats from the magazine by accident and I'm still not sure why what I did worked! However, I'm pretty sure these things were referred to in some of the visual clues I couldn't access so it's not a criticism. I enjoyed the attention to detail in the way the various areas of the ship were depicted with nice authentic touches that added atmosphere. The many red herrings were also fun to sift through! Well done and I look forward to more of your games!

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Written for Quest 5.5
Added 25 Oct 2012
Updated 19 Apr 2016

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