App description: Search a mysterious estate and find a brilliant and mysterious inventor in Syberia 1: Part 1 and experience the first part of this incredible adventure! Kate Walker is a young lawyer visiting France to close the sale of a large manufacturing estate. But when the estate's owner turns up dead, Kate must search for the hidden heir. Delve into a mechanical wonderland filled with puzzles and surprises, on a journey that reaches far into the imagination in Syberia: Part 1! Brought to you by Big Fish, the world's #1 Publisher of Adventure games.

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05-18-2013, 01:55 PM
#2
WHAT! Syberia is on iOS now? Fantastic. I hope it has been translated well, because this was a real classic adventure game from back in the day.

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05-18-2013, 03:07 PM
#3
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Originally Posted by strivemind View Post
WHAT! Syberia is on iOS now? Fantastic. I hope it has been translated well, because this was a real classic adventure game from back in the day.

Yes it's the original one... I believe it's going to be 3 parts.

I HATE those type of games... just release the whole darn game..
05-18-2013, 05:53 PM
#4
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Originally Posted by pka4916 View Post
Yes it's the original one... I believe it's going to be 3 parts.

I HATE those type of games... just release the whole darn game..
If that's the case, then I'll pass... You can regularly pick up the PC version on sale for significantly less than 3X this.

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05-18-2013, 06:18 PM
#5
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Originally Posted by strivemind View Post
If that's the case, then I'll pass... You can regularly pick up the PC version on sale for significantly less than 3X this.
According to the website they are talking about Trilogy .


http://www.bigfishgames.com/download...t-1/index.html

I know this is for the PC, but it's also for the IOS

The whole game you can buy for $9.99 on GOG Games
http://www.gog.com/gamecard/syberia
05-18-2013, 10:23 PM
#7
Joined: Jun 2009
Location: Wisconsin
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Looking at the movie... I see that it was from Microids.
Did Big Fish now also take over Microids ?
05-19-2013, 03:18 PM
#8
I'm really annoyed that Bigfish is releasing the chopped up version of the game for iOS (they sell the full version on their site for $6.99 for game club members). I picked up Syberia I and II on Steam for $2.50 each last year, and GOG sometimes sells the games for $4.99.

I won't touch the butchered version, but I understand that changes have been made to the original.

As for BFG taking over Microids, just a reminder that Bigfish is only a game portal - most games they release are developed by other game studios.

Microids was purchased by Anuman Interactive (Dracula, Amerzon, Return to Mysterious Island, etc. as well as the dreadful HdO games), which is responsible for the money grab on classic adventure games by chopping them into parts.

Personally, I only buy full versions of adventure games.
05-19-2013, 03:43 PM
#9
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Originally Posted by joehunt View Post
I'm really annoyed that Bigfish is releasing the chopped up version of the game for iOS (they sell the full version on their site for $6.99 for game club members). I picked up Syberia I and II on Steam for $2.50 each last year, and GOG sometimes sells the games for $4.99.

I won't touch the butchered version, but I understand that changes have been made to the original.

As for BFG taking over Microids, just a reminder that Bigfish is only a game portal - most games they release are developed by other game studios.

Microids was purchased by Anuman Interactive (Dracula, Amerzon, Return to Mysterious Island, etc. as well as the dreadful HdO games), which is responsible for the money grab on classic adventure games by chopping them into parts.

Personally, I only buy full versions of adventure games.

I have to agree game classic like this to be so butchered is just no right.There are even ads in game menu , just sad to see a game I read much about in magazines at my younger age and played at some PC fair get treatment like this.Don't remember it good as I didn't play it much back then, but it was quite popular.
05-19-2013, 07:12 PM
#10
If this was the full game, I'd buy it, buy I'm not buying a butchered game.
Also I rather dislike 'big fish' anyway, rip off merchants.

Pity to spoil such a classic.