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Syberia is a point-and-click adventure game designed by the Belgian comic artist Benoît Sokal and the game studio Microids, hailing from Paris, France. Players become Kate Walker, a young New Yorker Lawyer, who is pulled into a story full of mysteries, obstacles, automatons and intricate characters set in a steampunk-art-deco styled universe designed by Sokal.

The first game is also part of a purchase of "Syberia Trilogy: Definitive Edition" - Nintendo Switch, Syberia I + Syberia II Nintendo Switch edition and "Adventure Collection 1: Best of Benoit Sokal", which is published by dtp Entertainment (a German release).

Syberia has several sequels:

and

Syberia received very positive reviews on Steam.

About

Syberia begins with Kate Walker's arrival in Valadilène where she is witness of a funeral march of automatons. After she had a talk with the man from the hotel, she finds out that Anna Voralberg, owner of the "Voralberg Mechanical Toy and Puppet Factory" is dead - which troubles Kate's original task to offer Anna a deal to sell her factory to the Universal Toy Company. Kate then tries to find out more about Hans Voralberg, Anna's brother, who also is assumed to be dead.

Production

Characters

Important items

  • Oscar's card
  • Anna's Diary
  • Mammoth Toy Doll
  • Train Ticket
  • Blood Testing Apparatus
  • Airship Key

Vehicles

  • Train
  • Airship

Locations

Hotel
Bakery
Notary
Cemetery
Voralberg Crypt
Voralberg Factory
Voralberg Factory Archives
Train Station
University of Barrockstadt
Library
Laboratory
Garden
Main Lecture Hall
Cosmodrome
  • Aralbad
Hotel Kronsky
  • Paris (Mentioned by Helena)
The Meuritz Hotel

Languages

  • English
  • German
  • French
  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • Russian
  • Polish
  • Japanese

Additional material

  • Syberia : Esthétique du jeu[2]
Authors: Benoît Sokal and Gérard Lemarié
Publisher: Casterman, 27 November 2002
64 pages
French
Hardcover
ISBN-10 : 2203343206
ISBN-13 : 978-2203343207
  • Tout l'art de Syberia
Authors: Benoît Sokal and Sébastien Floch
Publisher : HUGINN MUNINN EDITIONS, 31 March 2017
192 pages
French
Hardcover
ISBN-10 : 2364804833
ISBN-13 : 978-2364804838
  • Syberia
Autors: Hugo Sokal (writer) and Johann Blais (illustrator)
Publisher: Lombard, 5 May 2017
56 pages
French
Paperback
ISBN-10 : 280367016X
ISBN-13 : 978-2803670161
Also available for Kindle & comiXology.
Two books series.

Official sites

Sources

  1. Data from Steam
  2. Amazon
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