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Release Date 18 Jan 2001
Release Type Freeware
Content Advisory Occasional, mild | None | None
Operating System Windows
Game Genre Sci-Fi
Game Type Investigative
Story Type Original
Play Length Medium Length Game
Language English
Graphics 3, 2
Downloaded 14,157 times

Ratings

AGS Awards 2001 Nominations

AGS Awards 2001 Nominations

Best Gameplay in an AGS Game

AGS Panel Rating

Early Yahtzee that's showing it's age. Fun, but very rough around the edges. Game uses dos-based engine. Compatibility issues may arise on newer systems. Recommend use of VDMSound, available from http://sourceforge.net/projects/vdmsound/, or similar.

Pick of the Month

Jan 2003

Andail: The last game in the Rob Blanc series (and according to the concluding text also the very last game by Yahtzee; a statement proved wrong as Odysseus Kent was released in late 2002), and perhaps the best in the trilogy. This game sometimes gives the impression of still being in the development stage, but as soon as the player begins to grasp the chronological twists that are the trademarks of this game, it will show how far you can go from the ordinary cause-and-effect puzzles and still provide a fascinating (yet incomprehensible at times) game-play.

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Something sinister is going on in the universe. Strange sightings have been reported; it seems that clones of ships, people and even planets have been appearing; clones that apparently echo both the future and the past. The governments of the universe have all drawn a blank - so they pass the buck onto Rob Blanc. Control both him and his sidekick Paul as you get to the bottom of the problem, visit four different interstellar locations and travel to a parallel universe...

Yahtzee Creator

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By Saga on 27 May 2013
Technically, this may just be the best in the Rob Blanc trilogy. The graphics are pretty decent and the music is slightly more appropriate than in the previous two games - although it's still the weakest part of the series.

The greatest disappointment is in how the creator decided to abuse the "time" feature to justify rushing the final act. Even the descriptions and dialogue sound rushed, as if the creator just wanted to get it over with.

It's still a decent game, considering it's free, but I wouldn't play it more than once.

By CapCase on 27 Jan 2007
The last one is the best. Rob Blanc III that is. Though it isn't a great game, in my opinion, it is a good game. Definitely worth playing. The story is interesting, though confusing at the end. The characters are very interesting. The graphics do the job. The puzzles are good. The humor is very good. I found the villain interesting.

By Quinny on 19 Mar 2004
The great finale to the Rob Blanc series (so far?). Great intro, good music, good plot and humour and everything. Recommend you play the other two Rob Blanc games before this one, but otherwise get it now!

By Sir Akseli the Chill on 23 Dec 2003
Well well... The best one of the three Rob Blanc series... I've got to admit... I wouldn't have downloaded these if I hadn't played 5 days a Stranger and Odysseus Kent... But these were great amusement also... I've got to say, Yahtzee: Your games are pearls in the ocean of AGS-games! =)

By LocoK1 on 26 Jan 2003
Perfect! The conclusion to the greatest AGS series of all (probably).

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