Munchausen's adventures are calmer and more predictable than most surprises.
In a far away fairytale kingdom, the land's prosperity and happiness is provided by a magical gem. When a would-be suitor to the kingdom's princess destroys the gem as a way to force the King to offer him his daughter's hand in marriage, the princess calls out for Munchausen's help. As the clumsy yet resourceful Munchausen, you'll travel far and wide through the kingdom, collecting pieces of the broken gemstone in an effort to stop the evil suitor from actually marrying the princess.
The graphics in The Surprising Adventures of Munchausen are just one of the game's many unique properties. Items are skewed in size and shape, and character models lack the proportions of reality. It's a bright and colorful world, full of brief (too brief) interactions with characters that add little to the story, other than the fact that they happen to have (or know the whereabouts of) a piece of the gemstone.
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