MONTREAL – Aug. 28, 2017 – The stylish puzzle game Vive le Roi has arrived on the Windows Store! Set during the French Revolution and published by M4, the game’s thrilling stealth gameplay and cunning puzzle solving are sure to make Windows users lose their heads.
Vive le Roi transports players to the French Revolution in 1793. King Louis XVI is headed to the guillotine – and it’s up to you (and you alone!) to stop events from getting out of hand. To accomplish your goal, you’ll need to master complex puzzles, beat 30 different levels, employ stealth to maintain anonymity, and use objects in the environment to find a way past the guards…
“A love of French history and art is evident in every frame of animation of Vive le Roi,” says Jeff Giasson, founder and CEO of M4. “Making extensive use of silhouettes, the game’s distinct look lends itself beautifully to stealth gameplay – and the puzzles sprinkled through every level are appropriately devious.”
– Historical setting: Set against the backdrop of the French Revolution for a unique puzzle-solving experience.
– Move or die: Stealthily trick guards, move objects, and more.
– Strategic challenge: Solve each puzzle with the least possible moves.
– Beautiful artwork and soundtrack: Hand-painted aesthetics coupled with a dramatic score.
– Hours of fun: 30 levels filled with puzzles to solve.
Pricing & Availability
Vive le Roi is now available on the Windows Store for only $3.99. The game is also on Steam (Windows/Mac/Linux). On iOS and Android, the game retails for $2.99.
Based in Montreal and founded in 2004 by Jeff Giasson, M4 is an indie-game publisher that specializes in the digital distribution of mobile and PC games. Serving independent developers aiming to reach a wider audience without compromising their vision, M4’s team of industry veterans works alongside studios such as House On Fire (The Silent Age), Zeppelin Studio (Schein), and Frisky Fatal Games (Soulless: Ray of Hope) to deliver modern classics for audiences with a discerning taste. To learn more, please visit https://www.meridian4.com.
Jonas “O.J” Ek
The Gaming Ground
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