The Adventures of Thomas 1: Lucy's Quest
This FM needs a strong CPU, e.g. a good intel i5. With an older weaker CPU it might crap out totally.
I've played it on my laptop with an Intel i5-825OU CPU @ 1.60GHz coupled with a dedicated nvidia MX150 GPU. fps were low, but it was playable.
The FM is hardware intensive anyway so, like for many or most of the new FMs being released with the new gfx possibilities opened up it does a world of good to tweak the advanced video settings for the best combination of settings for your PC. For example, on my weaker laptop I set shadows as stencil and soft shadows off. On my desktop I set shadows as maps and soft shadows medium. Bloom off. Ambient occlusion off. Since the FM was built and extensively tested at these settings I believe either should produce a satisfactory experience.
Gameplay: Notes attached to objectives contain essential information on gameplay, on who the good/bad guys are, on what the player must do, and why. Mandatory objectives are linear, directing the player along a route to the goal. Optional objectives can be completed anytime.