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Hi all!
This is our new game, which is kind of a good-old Zelda-like adventure game. We made it very retro-fashioned on purpose, to bring back the "magic" of the 80's games. The game has a decent length if you want to complete everything in it, which should take around 20 to 25 hours, or more like 10 to 15 hours for a first run just trying to beat it.
You'll need to defeat monsters along the way of the outside world to find dungeons where quest items (or treasures) are kept safe by big monsters. Those relics are then used to grant passage to the evil Gordzak's lair, which you'll have to destroy in order to beat the game. To accomplish this you will need to upgrade your gear and your personal strength by leveling up and finding magic items.
For walkthrough/maps/cheats, go visit our forum at : www.berzerkstudio.com/for um

Have fun!

www.berzerkstudio.com

Reviews


Mikuel333Mikuel333

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow!!!

I have conquered this game, but it's till hooking me!



welpieywelpiey

Rated 5 / 5 stars

1000000000/10!!!!! amd 10/5

zelda is cool i like the style retro :D everything is good i almsot beat the game i think but i know now already that this game rox


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dyz5dyz5

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Dont listen to the failures

dont listen to the kids that cant even do well at such a simple game

the only real problem with it is the hit system when monsters can simply pile you by running into you constantly


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xLatinoEmpathxxLatinoEmpathx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Eh....

It looks amazing but for some stinkin' reason it wont work for me, the controls I mean. Space makes the menu pop up, good. X and M uses a magical attack, good. Arrows and ASWD makes me move, good. Only thing is I cant attack with my own freaken' stick! :'( I'm probably doing something stupidly wrong but I dont know, thats the one thing that wont work. Oh and I cant open the stinkin' treasures either! Help me!!! =/ Other than that 10/10 5/5 =]



l0vemetall0vemetal

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Thank God

I'd just like to begin this review by saying thank you. Yes... thank you for this game.

As a small child in the Woodlands of Kasterlock, I was raised on the likes of Link, Mario, Kirby, and all the other 8-bit heroes (much like everyone else here), so I'll always have a soft spot for some retro-style gaming. And I dunno who you guys are, but you hit the nail on the head with this'n.

Maybe it was somewhere in the slapstick introduction. Perhaps it was somewhere between the goofy graphics and the killer 8-bit style text. Hell, it coulda been somewhere between the useless ramblings of villagers to the more, dare I say 'serious' tone of World 2. Wherever or whatever it was, this game's got me hooked. It's got the great Zelda vibe, while at the same time retaining a more 'contemporary' feel with the flash-style in-game graphics we all know and love. And yet somehow, this doesn't distract from the nostalgic retro feel I got when playing it.

The story is... erm... well, it takes a more straightforward path, be it in the humour of World 1 or the dank, gloomy atmosphere of World 2. There's no use of unnecessary rambling to be found here (well, for the most part) - just a nice, straightforward game. No tutorials. No detailed ramblings on how to play (I mean hell, it's written on the in-town signs). Just load it up and get you ass 'ta playin, and honestly would be have it any other way?

Though it can get tiring at times taking the same world map to get to side-dungeons and encounter bosses, it's actually worth it. There's enough here to keep you hooked 'til the end, thanks to the awesome progression. Half the time I zoned out and forgot why I was playing (in terms of a story), and didn't care; I just wanted to find the next palace and destroy the next boss, dammit!

Mix one part fantastically polished graphics, add a dash of classic (S)NES-style feel, top with a clever variety of enemies, items, and weaponry, and you got yourself a nice tasty dish. What's not to love? Honestly, I don't think I'd *want* to meet the man who doesn't appreciate a game such as this.


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