Prices in
The Big Red Adventure gameplay video loading, please wait...
The Big Red Adventure (pc game)
4.33 out of 5 (3 votes)
  • Introduction sequence: Russia has deeply changed
  • Introduction sequence: the communist party
  • Introduction: adventure starting...
  • Telling about the crown of Terrible Ivan
  • Checking inside the baggage
  • Inventory checking
  • Talking to receptionist
  • Buying a newspaper
  • A long line to enter the supermarket
  • This is a sort of mock of McDonald
  • Talking to a tourist
  • The epic red square
  • Outisde train station
  • Inside train station
  • Would you buy a ticket
  • Who blocked our path?
  • Now available in black and white
  • Courtesy of Abandonware France.
  • Courtesy of Abandonware France.
  • Courtesy of My Abandonware.

Digital download price compare

We haven't found any digital download available at this moment.
Create a download alert

Take a trip to Russia

While something of a mixed bag, this little known graphic adventure makes for a pleasant change from the usual fantasy or science fiction graphic adventures, like Beneath a Steel Sky or Discworld, and makes for an occasionally entertaining ride. It's the sequel to the equally obscure Nippon Safes and shares many similarities. The unusual setting for this particular adventure is, as the name suggests, Russia, with the player taking control of three characters as they get involved in a complex heist which sees them appearing on game shows, breaking into museums and escaping from the authorities when it inevitably all goes wrong. In terms of gameplay, it's all fairly familiar stuff, taking the form of a classic point and click adventure, with the player exploring a series of hand drawn backgrounds while collecting items and using them solve a variety of puzzles and conundrums. For the most part, The Big Red Adventure is largely successful, with some nicely drawn and animated characters and environments to explore, which are all highly stylish and full of personality. The plot itself is quite engaging, with generally sharp and witty dialogue that is genuinely humorous, although some of the cultural gags fall flat and may even cause offense. The puzzles can sometimes be a little obtuse and obscure, leading to frustration, particularly for newcomers to the genre, but veterans of this kind of thing should be quite accustomed to what's on display here. If you're looking for an alternative adventure a little different from Monkey Island, then this is well worth digging out.

Gonna steal us some treasure

What first thing that attracted me to this game would have to be the great cartoonish graphics that are wonderfully designed and truly look like they were made by hand. I thought that this would be a very fun game to play - and I wasn't wrong. The story of this game follows three thieves that are trying to break into a museum and retrieve (read - steal) a very valuable piece of jewelry - the Tsar's crown. Of course, nothing is what it seems at first and the events take an awfully wrong turn.. What will our heroes do? The size of the game is worthy of praise on its own - it will take you dozens of hours to finally finish the game. The puzzles are also very interesting and fun. I think the best feature of the game (besides the awesome graphics) is the game's hilarious dialogue. Many a time will you hear gags that are guaranteed to make you cry from laughter. As the events get from normal to absurd, you will find yourself wishing that the game will never end. So, if you're into adventure games, this 1995 gem is well worth to be a part of your collection.

Similar games