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ZOOM The Hunchback of Notre Dame
$14.95 (Win95/98/3.1) (DVD Case) (HUNCHNDPR)

Publisher: Xplosiv

Share in the Trials and Torments of Quasimodo

PC power and the magic of multimedia bring an exciting new dimension to Victor Hugo's powerful drama set amid the turbulence of the Paris of 1482. Remaining totally faithful to the original novel, it is so realistic you feel as though you yourself are a vital part of the action.

Sparkling graphics and a sound track created with the wizardry of Dolby Surround Sound help to immerse you completely in the splendour and squalor of a city that gave birth to one of the most heart-warming stories ever told.

LISTEN to Victor Hugo's own words from the novel that helped make him France's greatest ever writer.

STEEP yourself in the atmosphere of a medieval city dominated by the magnificent twin towers of Notre Dame.

SHARE in the trials and torments of Quasimodo, the lonely bellringer with arms of steel and a heart of gold.

EXPLORE the chapters and with a click of the mouse discover for yourself the hundreds of hidden surprises they contain.

Play the games they played in 1482! Use your PC to enjoy many of the traditional games the citizens of Paris amused themselves with in the 15th century. But there are also many other games tucked away in the 'pages' of this CD-Rom. Join the fun at the Festival of Fools and go on to help Quasimodo defend Notre Dame cathedral from an army of invading beggars.

Requirements:

Win95/98/3.1: PC 486, 8Mb RAM, CD-Rom, 256 colours, Windows compatible sound card. Can also be used on audio CD player.




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