Road to India

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Road to India
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
[[Microïds]][[Category:Microïds]]
[[Microïds]][[Category:Microïds]]
Adventure
CD-ROM
Windows PC
Ratings
ESRB: E
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Road to India (also known as Road to India: Between Hell and Nirvana) is an adventure video game released in 2001, that was developed and published by Microïds.

The player assumes the role of an American student named Fred Reynolds, who has travelled to India to find his girlfriend, Anusha, who was kidnapped by thugs. In the game the player has only three days to find ther girlfriend, where they visit places such as New Delhi and the Taj Mahal. Each day is broken up into two parts: reality and the dream.

There is around 15 minutes of cinematics in the game, which uses the Virtools engine.

Reception[edit | edit source]

Scott Osborne of GameSpot gave the game a 7.0 "Good" rating and said "Road to India is a fine example of old-school adventure gaming with a modern presentation."[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Osborne, Scott. "Road to India: Between Hell and Nirvana Review." GameSpot. September 13, 2001.

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