The intro everyone is giving you is:
You arrive at the Kingdom of Kot at a time when the whole land is overrun by bandits. An army of brave peasants and your loyal dogs are with you. There are many quests to accept from villages and towns which raise fame and give items. As your fame rises then other heroes join you and people donate gold to help you with adventuring. But will you become strong enough to secure peace or win?
In the words of one of our Game Hunters:
I call this a poor man's Heroes of Might & Magic, and that's not exactly bad company to be in, is it?
This game was shareware earlier and came at a price of $19.95 which I think some people felt was a bit too rich for their blood. Later the game became freeware, and the site that supported it was dropped. The site pointed to by others is no more owned by the developers but have been hi-jacked.
The game is definitely worth a try, and after playing you can decide if it was worth your while or not, because I think this is a love it or hate it game. The graphical side is not impressive and the musical background is not so either, but gameplay-wise it is quite good.
It has a steep learning curve which will have you dying before long on your first attempt, but after balancing out our army you should get to play a longer and far more interesting game.
Chroelle : I have to go with "everything Scythe just said". Truelly this game should not be judged by first appearance. Plays well, even though I sucked. I was dead within 15 days. Or at least crippled more than the Monty Python Black knight.
Scythe : I call this a poor man's Heroes of Might & Magic, and that's not exactly bad company to be in, is it? Sure, it's ugly as sin, but turn based freeware battle games are few and far between. I only wish there was an option to gauge the strength of your enemies before entering battle.
The third and final installment of Adventure Gamers' seasonal "Christmas Quest" series.
Again you have to help the boy called Dork, so he can finally play "The Best Adventure Game Ever". His computer broke down on the end of "Christmas Quest 2" and now he have to deal with technical hotlines on Christmas Eve to get it up again. But gladly one of Santa's elves is still there to help him with some christmas magic.
The game is rather short, but... (read more)