Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth Crack/Patch

Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth Based on Ken Follett’s world-bestseller, The Pillars of the Earth retells the story of the village of Kingsbridge in a whole new way. Play as Jack, Aliena, and Philip and change the events of the book through exploration, decision-making and dialogues.

Download Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 80 / 100
User rating
Downloads 953
Genre Adventure, Visual Novel
Company / Developer
Daedalic Entertainment / Daedalic Entertainment

Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth reviews ( 3 )

stephanber, Jan 18, 2018

EXCELLENT game ! Drawings are beautiful, dialogue superb, great story (the book was great), and choices matters. For this price, I'd recommend this game with my eyes closed ! Go for it ! And thank you Daedalic for this great game !

NixSar, Dec 14, 2017

Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth is beautifully executed with gorgeous graphics and art style, compelling sound effects and good voice acting that make an already engaging story even more immersive. It's is slow in a good way, carefully pulling you in by switching various characters and weaving their stories together. If you like point and click adventures and Telltale games, this one is a must.

SuperkenGaming, Aug 28, 2017

Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth Great story telling Not so great execution The Pillars of the Earth is a point and click adventure game based off of the book with the same title The game is set in 3 parts, though currently only the first 7 chapters are available, and takes about 5 and a half hours to complete with the other 14 to be released in December and early 2018 Here you play as 3 characters, you start as a mason whos in the forest trying to find a way to take care of his family, but for the rest of the game you play as a monk trying to save his church and a forest boy that lives with his #singlemom The game takes place in 12th century England, and the story is told with a mix of cutscenes, story book choose your own adventure type moments and dialog within the world… The game fits perfectly in the middle of a traditional point and click game and a telltale game… Not too much of the collect and combine items nonsense… But the other parts about running around the world until you find the right item or talk to the right person just reminded me how little I missed these moments in adventure games.. The gameplay isn’t quite as painful as those ,ore traditional adventure games.. but still I just didn’t find these moments to be fun, of searching different rooms or looking for items in the environment to report back and find more… of connecting clues to progress the story with other people… and its made worse by the games constant loading when you go into a new area or even when you bring up the map to remind yourself the direction you should be headed… a marker on the map where the character youre supposed to speak to btw would’ve been appreciated… this is the only bad of the game though as the story telling and characters are great, I was intrigued with with it all and because of a heavy religious theme the game sort of makes you think morally about decisions youre about to make… I felt bad for choosing to do bad things, and I stopped myself from lying at times in moments that I should have this is a sign of great story telling and world building… I cared for the people my decision was going to effect ive yet to run into a moment where I felt like my decisions has made a huge difference in what was to come… but that didn’t stop me from thinking before I acted… Though the Pillars of the Earth is held back by its adventure parts.. this is still a decently enjoyable but very compelling adventure game with beautiful visuals that fans of the genre shouldn’t pass up. Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth a 7/10