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Jules Verne’s Last Travel: A new game template

Jules Verne's Last Travel: 3 characters

We’re in 1886, electricity starts to appear in all metropoles. Including a wealthy island on the other side of the world from Europe, Lincoln island.

The Mysterious Island - Wikipedia

Problem: They forgot an extremely important electrical part. This piece is needed to secure their island from electric fire. Consequently, aware of this troublesome issue, Jules Verne decided to send 3 of the best explorers to reach them before it’s too late, for his last travel.

You are among these 3 explorers. And you have the possibility to travel across the world, using the best vehicles from the 19th century.

Jules Verne's Last travel, some nice pictures

Guess what, you will move in real life, not only virtually. Indeed, whenever you’ll take transportation, you will need to walk a certain distance. Thus, make sure you make the right decisions, otherwise, you will need to walk terribly long distances!

You can then already start now by creating a free account.

Then you can create your own Jules Verne’s Last Travel game from the Template page:

Screenshot from the Creator

Here you can find some screenshots of the game itself:

Screenshots from the game Jules Verne's last travel

The Lincoln Island awaits you. Start creating an account now and play with us!


What about the Jules Verne’s Last Travel’s logic? Can I modify it?

Yes you can! Indeed, the game code is freely accessible. So you can create yourself any mod from the whole story.

But please note that the game code base is very advanced. Feel free to modify its logic. However, make sure you understand the whole game logic before starting any modification.

Inside the Creator, a complex logic for the game

To make the game’s code more understandable, I will provide a series of videos presenting every of the features.

Indeed, the Jules Verne’s Last Travel game demonstrates all the possible features available so far in Loquiz:

If you have any questions regarding the game creation, feel free to send me a message. I would love to discuss how I built it 😊

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