Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon Crack/Patch

Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon The murder of an underground hacker in Paris is just the beginning of this extraordinary adventure for George Stobbart and Nico Collard in the highly anticipated Broken Sword III. Powerful seismic events are shaking the world. An Ancient Conspiracy, the Secrets of the Templars, and a fiendish source of pure Evil are responsible... [The Adventure Company]

Download Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 84 / 100
User rating
7.6
Downloads 1566
Genre Adventure, 3D, Modern, Third-Person
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
The Adventure Company / Revolution Software

Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon reviews ( 6 )

IamKing, Mar 3, 2012

The story, voice acting, dialogue, and lovable characters make you forgive the "eeh" controls. While the box puzzles are repetitive, the others are very clever. One of the best adventures ever.

GeorgeW., Nov 17, 2003

If you have money for only one game this year you should buy this one. The engine of this game is the future of adventure games. The areas you have to explore are beautifully rendered. The game have a real cinematic feel. The plot is excellent as in the first two chapters of Broken Sword. The puzzles are not too easy but not too frustrating either. Overall i really enjoyed playing The Sleeping Dragon. It's an excellent title that can bring adventure games back to the top.

GertK., Apr 7, 2006

Well done to the developers for keeping the Broken Sword series alive and well. It's an excellent game - one I enjoyed just as much as the previous Broken Sword titles, despite the transition to 3D. Looking forward to a sequel.

BenC.fromBirmingham,UK, Jan 10, 2004

If you liked Broken Sword 1, and like me, thought BS2 was a bit lacking, fear not - this game has some of the great atmosphere and dialog of the first (and best IMHO) game. The transition for 2D to 3D works better than I imagined - the graphics really are lush! If you are after a story driven, rather than puzzle driven adventure game, this is a must, whether or not you have played either of the two provious games. Not as good as the first, but definitely better than the second Broken Sword. A worthy sequel.

[Anonymous], Nov 11, 2003

This game is a very linear adventure, reminiscent of the King's Quest series of games. The plot is interesting, the gameplay is fairly smooth, but it's easy to get stuck trying to solve one puzzle and bring the game to a screeching halt until you figure out how to put the round peg into the square hole. Many will enjoy, but be prepared to be periodically frustrated.

DantheMan, Jan 12, 2012

The controls on the game are so broken as to make it impossible to play expect for the most dedicated of fans. The Sleeping Dragon is the only installment that is not point-and-click. In fact, it's impossible to use the mouse for anything. Instead all major actions in the game are done by the keyboard. The game manual brags about this "hybrid" system but it's horrible. This is implicitly acknowledged by the fact that the fourth installment went back to the point-and-click system. People who can shudder their way through the UI might find an otherwise excellent game. But the UI in this game is so totally different than the other three games in the series that I strongly advise anyone thinking of purchasing The Sleeping Dragon to download a trial or play a friends game. This is not what you'd expect from the Broken Sword series and it's unfortunate that they tried this experiment in the middle of the series.