Review codes available for The Procession to Calvary

Hear ye, hear ye! Review codes available for
The Procession to Calvary an off-the-wall
point-and-click adventure game made
from Renaissance-era paintings

We thought you might like a review code for The Procession to Calvary, a Monty Python-esque adventure game made from Renaissance paintings, and a spiritual successor to the critically acclaimed Four Last Things. Sing for sailors, pilfer with pirates, conspire with cardinals and perform miracles with an incompetent magician on your hapless quest for absolution – you’ll have to play it to believe it!

Huzzah! The holy war is over! Your oppressors have been vanquished, the churches of the Old God lay in ruin and thousands of innocent people have been murdered! But it’s not all good news; the tyrant Heavenly Peter has escaped your clutches, and you have been tasked with the mission of finding him. You will steal a ship, feed a donkey, compete in a talent contest, assist an inept street magician, sing, dance, play the (magic?) flute, poke a man’s face, hunt for treasure and have a chat with Our Lord God Almighty… But will you find Heavenly Peter? And if you do, how will you take your revenge!?

The Procession to Calvary is an adventure game made entirely from Renaissance-era paintings and public domain recordings of classical music that manages to be intelligent and ridiculous in equal measure. It’s kind of like if Monkey Island 2 had been made in 14th century Florence by a time-travelling Terry Gilliam wannabe.

The Procession to Calvary is available now for Windows, Mac and Linux for USD $9.99, EUR €8.99, GBP £7.99.

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