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Conspiracies Developer(s) Anima ppd-interactive Platform(s) Games for Windows Release date(s) EU 2002 UK June 2004 NA 2003 Genre(s) Adventure game / FMV Mode(s) Single Player Media/distribution DVD System requirements DirectX 8 (PC) Conspiracies is the first installment in the Conspiracies series of video games. Conspiracies was developed by Anima ppd-interactive. Contents 1 Story 2 Release 3 References 4 External links Story The game is set in the 21st century, where the human population suffers from a number of problems, including overpopulation, poverty, organized crime, and depression. Earth has dissolved into a federation of cities. The game is specifically set in Greece, where each city-state has its own governor and local government. However, this is overshadowed by a coliation of political lobbies, the big companies, the organized crime, that imposes their own reality. Nick Delios, the protagonist, was originally in the academic world, but left it after being kicked out of his team. He eventually becomes a detective, specializing in cases of industrial espionage. When Thanos Pekas, Police Inspector and an old friend, asks him unofficially to help him solve a murder case of a small time crook, Delios accepts. He soon learns that the case is far more complex than he thought, involving multiple conspiracies. Release In August 2003, the publisher Got Games said would publish the game later that year.[1] In April 2004, GMX Media announced that it had secured the rights to publish the game in the United Kingdom.[2] The game was later published on June 25, 2004.[3] References ^ Calvert, Justin. "Got Game signs Conspiracies". August 11, 2003. Gamespot. Accessed October 17, 2007. ^ Calvert, Justin. "Conspiracies signed for UK". April 22, 2004. Gamespot. ^ Calvert, Justin. "Conspiracies imminent in UK". June 15, 2004. Gamespot. External links