Four Last Things

4.5
97 reviews
1K+
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Content rating
Mature 17+
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About this game

Pilfer from poets, bargain with bishops and serenade the local simpleton on you hapless quest for absolution. Four Last Things is a point-and-click adventure game made from Renaissance-era paintings.

***In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. God saw all that he had made, and it was good. Then the Lord God formed a man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being.

'Ooops,' said god, seeing he had created a fool. But before he was able to remedy his error, man spoke;

'No backsies!' he chirped, and scuttled off into the forest.***

Features;

-Pointing and Clicking
-Renaissance Artwork
-Classical Music
-Sinful Behaviour
-Pie eating contests
-Detailed, Interactive Game World
-Simple Visual Interface
-Nonsense
-Piffle
-Moments of Surprising Profundity

“Four Last Things is an impressive – and impressively funny – adventure that pulls off its Monty Python-esque humor with gusto.” 90/100 – Adventure Gamers
Updated on
Oct 24, 2018

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4.5
97 reviews
A Google user
February 2, 2019
Finally!!! I had been searching for a quirky point and click game set in historical Europe. Unfortunately, it has been really hard finding one. The Renaissance is one of my favorite points of history....once I found this game I was so happy. This game definitely does not disappoint. If you enjoyed this, you may also enjoy Bertram Fiddle ... it has a quirky Victorian Era theme.
12 people found this review helpful
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Marie Grist
January 12, 2022
A unique and quirky point and click. Not all of the clues or click locations are obvious, but I did laugh a few times. The story was amusing. It's easy to put down and pick up again, which is great if your playing at work ;)
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Steve Johnson
October 27, 2021
Good puzzles, genuinely funny and gorgeous to look at. I can't even complain about the length, given the price. Played the sequel, Procession to Calvary, first as it came up on Xbox Game Pass and looked interesting. It was so good, had to get this one too. More please.
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What's new

Fixed bugs in title menu