You have chance to learn what cartoon characters feel. An American wants to marry a beautiful Russian princess, but it's not that easy. Colorful Russian-style graphics and nice humor can provide hours of fun for entire family.
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Description: A classic adventure game set in medieval Russia. You control a modern American and your quest is to win the hand in marriage of a beautiful Russian princess. Colorful Russian-style graphics and funny plot will not let you get bored. The city is full of funny people, some of them are friendly, but others may be dangerous. Before you reach your objective you'll have to learn how to deal with Asian officials, explore the city (from underground to czar's palace) and even meet the bear. Use all your imagination to overcome the difficulties, act by service, flattery or even brute force and you'll win! Other features of the game include MIDI music, ability to save the game and two-language interface (English and Russian). In an unregistered version some areas are inaccessible.
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