80 Days

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For the 2014 video game, see 80 Days (2014 video game).
80 Days
80 Days PC cover.jpg
Developer(s) Frogwares
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release date(s) 2005
Genre(s) Adventure
Mode(s) Single-player

80 days is a video game developed by Frogwares in 2005 for Windows. The game was based on the book written by Jules Verne Around the World in Eighty Days.[citation needed]


The game is a typical adventure game. The player must collect objects and go to particular locations to reach the next objective. However, there are 3 limitations: Time, Money and Fatigue. The latter may be ignored using means of transport and can be restored by eating food.[citation needed]


Matthew Lavisheart is a proud gentleman and engineer. He makes a bet, showing that he took part at inventing the most important gadgets at the time by delivering the documents that approve this in maximum 80 days. The problem is that these documents are scattered, in four of the most important cities of the world: Cairo, Bombay, Yokohama and San Francisco.

Ethan begs his nephew, Oliver, to get these documents for him. Oliver accepts, as he wants to escape a marriage that his parents want. And so, Oliver leaves for Cairo.

In Cairo, Oliver must acquire a patent stuck inside an ornamental and unbreakable black tear. To get the patent he must make Scheherazade, the arrogant princess, sing, but he must take her somewhere far from the city, otherwise he will be caught.[citation needed]


80 Days has a score of 58/100 at Metacritic indicating "mixed or average reviews".[1]


  1. ^ "80 Days Critic Reviews for PC". Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 30 December 2014. 

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