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== Internal links ==
 
== Internal links ==
 
* [[Datafiles#Broken_Sword_1:_The_Shadow_of_the_Templars|Datafiles]] required by ScummVM
 
* [[Datafiles#Broken_Sword_1:_The_Shadow_of_the_Templars|Datafiles]] required by ScummVM
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== Miscellaneous ==
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A list of [[Boot_Params#Broken_Sword_1:_The_Shadow_of_the_Templars|boot params]] is available for this game.
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 17:20, 30 December 2009

Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars
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First release 1996
Also known as Broken Sword, BS1, Sword 1,
Circle of Blood, Baphomet's
Curse, Knights of Baphomet,
Legend of the Templars
Developed by Revolution Software
Published by Astraware, Bam!, red fly,
Sold Out, Sony, Virgin, THQ
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms DOS, GameBoy Advance,
Macintosh, PlayStation, Windows
Resolution 640x480, 256 colors
Engine Sword1
Support Since ScummVM 0.6.0
Available for
Purchase
Yes

The first installment in the Broken Sword series, Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars, also known as Circle of Blood in the United States, used a variant of Revolution's Virtual Theatre engine. The game follows an American tourist named George Stobbard and a French photographer named Nicole Collard, as they investigate a murder in which George is a suspect, and discover a conspiracy involving the ancient order of the Knights Templar, the group of men selected by the Papacy to fight in the Crusades.

Internal links

Miscellaneous

A list of boot params is available for this game.

External links