Something completely different.
The Procession to Calvary is one of the most unique games we’ve played in a long time. It’s a point and click adventure in the mould of classics like Monkey Island or Broken Sword, in which you play as a murder-hungry warrior hellbent on finding and, er, murdering a religious tyrant named Heavenly Peter. As you’d expect of the genre, tracking Peter down means having to chat to a colourful cast of characters, while also pocketing all kinds of ridiculous items that may be used to solve strange puzzles.
What really sets The Procession to Calvary apart is its art. The visuals are comprised entirely of classical paintings, cropped and edited to make one cohesive, collaged world — and it works to fantastic effect. Exploring the game’s medieval landscapes is a joy because of how detailed and downright weird they can be, and if you happen to have an appreciation for fine art, there’s fun to be had in spotting bits and pieces of paintings that have been used so creatively.
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