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Wacek and Andzia, a pair of school friends, are told by an old Professor that a flying saucer crashed somewhere on Earth. Poor little alien didn't make it on a sharp interstellar turn... The player guides the two kids trying to find him and help him out.

The graphics and gameplay style of this kid-friendly adventure game are similar to Sołtys, but this time the player controls two characters at once, as in Kajko i Kokosz. Conversations are automatic, and all lines are spoken. The children have only 4 inventory slots each and certain items should be picked up with the right person (e.g., the girl will refuse to touch dirty objects, the boy won't care about an alley cat). Progress is saved automatically on exit.


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Imperium Gier Jan 23, 2000 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40


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Sfinx Lite

Sfinx Lite was a mini adventure game introducing the atmosphere of the Sfinx commercial game. Lite version was made using the same "engine" as Sfinx, with the same heroes and some graphic elements from the full game.

Freeware release

In 2014 Sfinx was released as freeware at the ScummVM website. It is available in its original Polish language and - for the first time - with an English translation. It was an event similar to one of L.K. Avalon's other games, Sołtys which made it to the ScummVM free offering in 2011. The source code, and permission to translate the game into English, was provided by the copyright holders. Sfinx had been implemented in ScummVM by uruk as part of the Google Summer of Code 2014 and translated into English by ScummVM team members.

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Rola (8277) added Sfinx (DOS) on Oct 11, 2009
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