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Swords & Sandals Crusader

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Aug 2, 2007 | 3:18 AM EDT

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The Swords & Sandals world just got a whole lot bigger with the all-new Swords & Sandals: Crusader! Step out of the gladiator arena and onto the field as you lead hundreds of troops into battle against the toughest lords in the realm.

Swords & Sandals Crusader is an epic mix of fast paced arcade combat and RPG strategy. Lay siege to castles in the pouring rain, fight a giant Cyclopes in dank swampland or send your cavalry against a horde of skeletons in the heat of the scorching desert.

Featuring particle weather and spell effects and a variety of army and game types,
Swords & Sandals Crusader takes off where Swords & Sandals 2 ended, as the battle against the undead Emperor Antares intensifies. The fate of Brandor is up for grabs, put on your sandals and stake your claim as the finest crusader in the realm.

** NOTE that this is not in fact Swords & Sandals III - which is an entirely different game which will be posted on NG real soon. **

Please bear in mind that this is just the **DEMO** version of the game, some of the features are locked, for those familiar with the series, thats just how we do it and we hope the demo can provide you with plenty of free entertainment as is. For those who really get stuck in the game, the full version is available for download and features a stack more stuff. Cheers, Oliver



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

For a demo it was fun

I'll be fair and score it based on the game, not because you'ld have to pay $20 for the full version. I in fact like it quite well, if you read the what your supposed to do in the mission there should be few problems. The one thing that could have been better is the music. But hey, you work with what you got. The demo, contrary to what some belive, is in truth the perfect length. It gives you a taste of the game enough to like it, while keeping it short enough for you to want the full game.

I do have to agree that 20 dollars is high for a flash game though. I would buy the full version save for two problems:

1. Don't have the money.

2. It's also a bit pricey. I would pay $10-$15 for it, but no more. It is something you can sell.

One thin I suggest, open up the free battle, with limitations. It'll give consumers a better taste of the game without having to go through the full demo.

Over all, 9/10 and 4/5

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Rated 2 / 5 stars


This game has a lot of qualities and the full game is probably highly entertaining, but come on man, 20 dollars? Thats insane, no one would pay that kind of money for a simple flash game. Last week I bought and downloaded Prince of Persia: Sands of Time for half that price on the net, and thats a last gen CONSOLE game! Not a friggin' flash game. Sorry, but that price is just unrealistic.

And this demo? Toooooooo short.

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

um this is gay

ok first of all alll of u people asking where to find the book on the first mission, its on one of the provinces next to the enemy kingdom all u have to do is dig on both of them and youll find it

then whats up with this us having to pay 20 dollers thats just dum i agree with AthuranRace he does have a point.

and stop calling people that noob word GROW UP if u want to call people noobs just call them a noob dont make up ur own nooob word r u freaking dum.


Rated 2 / 5 stars


I liked it, but come on, the campaign didn't let you buy troops until later, in the one where you have to find a book to summon an angel or something, I lost because I couldn't get a catapult. I had conquered almost all the land, but it still said I failed. Not good for score. Fun game, except you can't do squat until you buy it, play it once, then never play it again. If you put the full version here, people would want to play it a lot, because they don't have to pay, and it's fun! That's the problem nowadays. People are too interested in money than to care about how a simple game could relieve a lot of stress because it is fun, free, and has no stupid demo limits on it that force you to lose.

hechaos responds:

No my friend, the problem these days is everyone wants "something for nothing!" . That game took me 6 months to build! Anyway glad you had fun with it.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

good game but..

its a good game shame its on a demo but i wouldent pay for it come on i have a life..