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'''Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars''', the second installment in the [[Broken Sword series]], also used a variant of [[Revolution]]'s Virtual Theatre engine. The game first follows George Stobbard as he rescues his girlfriend Nicole Collard, who had been kidnapped.  Later, George and Nicole discover another ancient conspiracy involving an upcoming eclipse and an evil Mayan god.
 
'''Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars''', the second installment in the [[Broken Sword series]], also used a variant of [[Revolution]]'s Virtual Theatre engine. The game first follows George Stobbard as he rescues his girlfriend Nicole Collard, who had been kidnapped.  Later, George and Nicole discover another ancient conspiracy involving an upcoming eclipse and an evil Mayan god.
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* [[Datafiles#Broken_Sword_2:_The_Smoking_Mirror|Datafiles]] required by ScummVM
  
 
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Revision as of 18:09, 21 April 2007

Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror
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First release 1997
Also known as Broken Sword 2, BS2, Sword 2
Developed by Revolution Software
Published by Revolution Software
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms DOS, Playstation, Windows
Resolution (unknown)
Engine Sword2
Support Since ScummVM 0.6.0
Available for
Purchase
No

Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars, the second installment in the Broken Sword series, also used a variant of Revolution's Virtual Theatre engine. The game first follows George Stobbard as he rescues his girlfriend Nicole Collard, who had been kidnapped. Later, George and Nicole discover another ancient conspiracy involving an upcoming eclipse and an evil Mayan god.

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