DescriptionA deadly virus is spreading rapidly, transforming the population into bloodthirsty monsters. The only person who can help your decaying city is the beautiful woman lying on a cot in your laboratory. Comatose, she is hooked up to a computer, her large bosom completely exposed. The answers to what happened and why are locked inside her brain. Only by reliving her memories can you hope to save yourself and others.
Based on the writings and masterful artistry of Italian Paulo Eleuteri Serpieri, this Adult Adventure game follows the story from his book of the same name. It takes place in a chaotic, futuristic city, where Druuna, the voluptuous main character, lives. In 3rd person perspective, use your joystick or keyboard to manipulate Druuna and discover the secrets that will lead to the salvation of her city.
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- "Друуна. Morbus Gravis" -- Russian spelling
- "Druuna: Morbus Gravis" -- European title
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|Game Vortex||Jan 16, 2003||6.5 out of 10||65|
|Fragland.net||Sep 14, 2002||57 out of 100||57|
|GamingExcellence||Jan 07, 2002||5.2 out of 10||52|
|Jeuxvideo.com||Oct 05, 2001||9 out of 20||45|
|GameSpot||Feb 22, 2002||2.6 out of 10||26|
|Just Adventure||Nov, 2001||D||25|
|GameSpy||Jan, 2002||20 out of 100||20|
|Computer Gaming World (CGW)||Apr, 2002||20|
|Armchair Empire, The||2002||2 out of 10||20|
|GameStar (Germany)||Dec 05, 2001||9 out of 100||9|
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Magazine coversIf you visit Artematica's website, you can see a gallery of magazine covers which featured the game. For some reason, though, they seem to center on Druuna's huge... tracts of land.
Title translation"Morbus Gravis" is Latin for "grave disease".
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Related Web Sites
- Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri's Druuna: Morbus Gravis (official website)
- Microids "official" walkthrough (The walkthrough published on Microid's web site)
- Official Game Page (Official web site for Druuna: Morbis Gravis)