Get your Sean Connery on. No, no, not with a pistol and martini of the shaken variety, but with sandals and robes. Wait, bear with me… The Abbey of Crime Extensum may be about abstinent monks, but it also happens to be a pretty darn polished and challenging The Name of the Rose murder mystery. So it may not have secret agent action, but it does contain a license to kill.
Playing as Franciscan monk Fray William and his young novice Adso of Melk (yes, you sort of have to control both at once), you are thrust into a race against time to find the perpetrator of a series of grisly murders in a Benedictine abbey.
When all the guests have gathered and the lights are struck out, only to flicker back to life revealing that the host has been burtally murdered, eyes dart suspiciously across the room. Could it be the archeologist who might have handled one too many cursed artifacts, or the so-called mystic? Or perhaps the vicious blood thirsty floating monster with blood splashed over its face? No, wait, it was definitely the butler. The butler did it.