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"Agon" series unveiled

Private Moon's point-and-clickers.

Lexicon Entertainment has snaffled up the rights to Private Moon's "Agon" adventure series, and aims to bring the first of the games, The Mysterious Codex, to PCs across Europe on 27th April.

It's textbook point-and-click territory. You play as Professor Hunt (giggle) from the British Museum who finds a mysterious letter that ends up sparking a wild voyage of discovery, taking you across 12 locations from Lapland to Madagascar, solving all sorts of things to get to the root of the problem - even removing spells from cursed families.

"The series has been created by adventure gamers for adventure gamers," said Adrian Kovacs, project lead at Private Moon. "As fans of the style, we know what we enjoy in a game and have created a game series that would appeal to us."

"As the core of the team is made up of enthusiastic gamers, but with different views and preferences, we hope we can create something unique and interesting for all adventure gamers."

The entire series will boast seven games, which will share 14 episodes in total between them. The first three of these are crammed into The Mysterious Codex, which will cost you GBP 20, closely followed by Lost Sword of Toledo on 29th June, which contains the fourth chapter and will set you back 15 quid.

The third game, Tale of the 4 Dragons, is still being scheduled.

Pop over to our Agon: The Mysterious Codex gallery for the first of the screenshot

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