Jeanne at the Clock Tower Out Now on MangaGamer and Steam

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Today MangaGamer has released Lairsoft’s epic Jeanne at the Clock Tower. The game is out now on MangaGamer and will be on Steam later today. The game is compatible with Mac, Linux and Windows operating systems. Jeanne at the Clock Tower will set you back $39.99

As Roland’s squad flies in for the invasion of Normandy, his plane is shot down, leaving him and one of his squadmates isolated from the rest in a mysterious forest where they come under attack from an anachronous, female cavalier. Left for dead, Roland wakes alone under the care of a beautiful maiden, Jeanne. As he sets out to find and rescue his comrade he finds himself chasing down leads across different eras of France, with Jeanne’s clock tower ever at the center of the confusing trips through time. Where did his war buddy go? Or rather, when? What is causing this forest and clock tower to exist across centuries? Who is Jeanne, and why is she here? What foul plots were behind the attack on him and his comrade?

 

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