Syberia is a point and click game released in 2002 by Microïds. The game was released for Macintosh, PC (Windows), Nintendo DS, PlayStation and XBox.
Syberia is one of the best adventure games in history. It was designed by the well-known Belgian cartoonist and comic book author - Benoit Sokal.
The player takes on the role of lawyer Kate Walker, who is tasked with finalizing the formalities associated with the takeover of a mechanical toy factory in a fictional village in the French Alps. When it turns out that the owner is dead, we set off in search of the only heir - Hans Voralberg, for ice-covered Syberia. The game's plot is divided into four parts, each in a different location: Valadilene, Barrockstadt, Komkolzgrad and Aralbad. Collecting information by talking to encountered people and observing the elements of the environment allows you to solve further logical puzzles. There are several levels of difficulty to match the gameplay to the player's skills. Particularly noteworthy is the high graphic quality of two-dimensional locations where three-dimensional characters move and a climatic soundtrack.