If EA's adaptation of Dante's Inferno has left you looking for more video games based on classic texts, Russian indie developer Mif2000 has put out his old school adventure game based on William Shakespeare's famous play Hamlet, titled Hamlet Or Last Game Without MMORPG Elements, Shaders, and Product Placement.

Mif2000's unusual premise for the game matches its unconventional title:

"Mayhem and hilarity ensue when a scientist travels back in time and gets mixed up with characters from William Shakespeare's play, Hamlet! Guide the man from the future as he embarks on a mind-bending mission to save Hamlet's girlfriend, Ophelia, from the clutches of the evil Claudius.

Solve a variety of cunning point-and-click puzzles and advance from one sidesplitting scene to the next as you defeat bosses and overcome mental obstacles. The story will have you in stitches and the fresh challenges will captivate you from beginning to end!"

Hamlet promises 25 levels full of original puzzles and epic boss battles. The developer also boasts that the game features no inventory, which means that you won't have to deal with inventory-based puzzles -- a boon for those of you who never liked that aspect of adventure games.

Publisher Alawar Entertainment has posted the PC game online, which you can download and play for free for an hour before you decide whether or not to purchase the entire thing. If you didn't see it the first time we posted the video, here's a trailer for Hamlet.