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This is my entry for the #104AdvChal $104 Adventure Game Challenge

A game by Simon Mesnard  https://linktr.ee/simonmesnard

This game is the direct sequel to Francium: A Museum for Robots, created during Yaz Solo Jam in August 2020. It is recommended to play the 1st chapter before but it is not necessary. You can still understand the story, the project was made on purpose to be played without knowing the previous chapter.



"Francium is a grotesque comedy adventure taking place in a world of robots, in a museum-city that can remind of beautiful villages of France in the old world, before mankind disapeared from the surface of the Earth. Except for one human: the King of Francium, creator of all robots, is still alive! ... Alive? In this chapter, you play as the King who's a little overwhelmed by his new situation... Doesn't he deserve it?"

I developed it in 2 weeks from scratch, with a few existing assets (see credits) and all new ones (scenes: village/castle, etc...). The game is quite short unfortunately (15 to 30 minutes).

Made with 3dsmax, Unity and Adventure Creator. It is my first project with Unity and AC, my purpose was to learn it as much as possible in 2 weeks! I'm very happy that I could finish a playable version in time for the Jam.

Gameplay info:

Move with keyboard (zqsd or wasd, or arrows), interact with left click. If you are asked to type a text, write directly with your keyboard. There is no inventory, I didn't have the time to include items to use. Show options menu with Escape.


Created by Simon Mesnard  www.simonmesnard.fr
For the $104 Adventure Game Challenge 2020  https://itch.io/jam/104-adventure-game-challenge

Music by Eric Matyas  www.soundimage.org

External assets:
Robots 3d models from Francium chapter 1 by Simon Mesnard
Yughues Free Bushes by Nobiax/Yughues
Realistic Tree Pack by PolyFix

Release date Sep 26, 2020
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(4 total ratings)
AuthorThe Icehouse
GenreAdventure, Puzzle
Made withUnity
Tags3D, PSX (PlayStation), Retro, Singleplayer, Unity
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
InputsKeyboard, Mouse


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

The King returns! Francium 2 v1.21 (Final, ENG+FR)) 92 MB
The King returns! Francium 2 v1.0 (Jam release) 81 MB


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Finally we now know that Francium chapter 2 ranked 19th at $104 Challenge Jam!


Hilarious story and good music, great game! It is in my Top 5 of this week!

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In your top 5 of the week? Wow it's an honor, thanks a lot RafGamer! I'm really glad you liked it.

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Ah!! Thanks a lot for making a gameplay video!
I see you couldn't finish the game. The riddle of the monk is a bit too tricky :( In the next update I'll try to think of a way to include a hint (actually  Robocop is supposed to give one, but he doesn't)
Thanks to your video I have seen several other small bugs that I should try to fix. Cool!

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lol think u... i love retro psx ...this cool

Very interesting. What developing platform have you used?

Thanks! As written in the game description it's Unity with Adventure Creator.


The map 'riddle' got me stuck.. gave it the ol' college try but eh... I did like the change of perspective from the first part.

Oh yes the map riddle is a little vicious, I must admit :) But Robocop should give you a useful hint!


Robocop has a single-digit IQ! He's lovable but... :)

True, true XD


An enchanting entertaining little adventure! And a worthy sequel to Francium! I wish you to get all the appreciation that you deserve Simon, thank you for ever for these precious gifts out of your inehaustible imagining!


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Oh Marina, thank for ever to you! It's so much happier to create games when there are great people like you to play and enjoy them!


Thank you Simon!

P.s.: the map riddle was really a little vicious XD

Ah yes, I think many people will stay stuck because of the riddle. But hey, riddles are like that :)