There's a really awesome guy named Chris Tolworthy who's embarked on a mission to convert the world's greatest stories into interactive computer games - the old-school kind where you use your mouse to explore and figure out clues and whatnot. The project is called "Enter the Story." And guess which story he decided to make a game out of first?
Yep, that's right, you can now get a computer game version of Les Misérables, right here
! And best of all, it's completely free! I got it a few years ago, and it really is a great game. It's been a while since I've played and a longer while since I've read the Brick, so I can't promise you it's 100% accurate: like the musical, the game had to cut some stuff out, but it IS Brick-based as opposed to musical-based, of that I can assure you. But I mean heck, the price is right, so why not get it??
He's also made a few more games, too - I noticed some of you like Dante's Divine Comedy, so you can get that as well, but it is not free. He also made the Theogeny (which is basically Greek mythology) and A Tale of Two Cities, and is currently working on the Count of Monte Cristo. After that, who knows?
I honestly really enjoyed this game, which is why I feel compelled to call it to your attention. I hope my fellow Mizzies will have as much fun exploring the world of Les Misérables as I did!