3 Stars of Destiny
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
"When all is said and done, 3 Stars of Destiny is the smoothest game Aldorlea has created so far and the one I had the most fun with" - RPGFan.com
"Over all, 3 Stars of Destiny is an entertaining role playing game. If you like final fantasy type games, you will enjoy this game too" - Casualgamerchick.com
"Fans of traditional role-playing will probably find a lot to like about this sprite-based adventure from Aldorlea Games" - Gamezebo.com
Random, Sarah and Luciana are three teenagers who do not know each other yet. They also do not know that they hold a very special power inside of them.
But someone knows. An evil god. His goal is to lure the three of them into the deadliest of traps and absorb their power. Will he succeed? Or can you lead the soon-to-become heroes to face and defeat their worst nightmare? Play this oustanding adventure and find out!
3 Stars of Destiny is a fantastic 2D RPG by the makers of the Millennium series and The Book of Legends. In this extensive adventure, explore countless uniques places, defeat tons of enemies and complete richly developed quests. The game features addictive gameplay and an experience worth tens of hours of playtime.
50 achievements to unlock
80 hours of playing
10 Legendary Heroes
9 Relics and Artifacts to discover
Great title and initiation to the genreAndrogyn | May 22, 2014 | See all Androgyn's reviews »
The game is a bit old but once you get used to it you will not stop playing, because there is so much to do and it is a pretty rare thing nowadays. It really is an initiation or at least I took it this way (I played in the easiest mode, as I usually do). Random and his friends are quite unordinary characters but they make for a refreshing change. A good intro to the Laxius Force series which I am going to play now.
The reason RPGMaker existsElfangorax | May 14, 2014 | See all Elfangorax's reviews »
This is an RPGMaker game, but don't for a minute let that put you off. This is sort of game is what RPGMaker was created for -- a deep, exciting tale with tons of combat variety to keep it interesting.
The game is a visual delight and this is complemented masterfully by the wonderful music.
Another important aspect of this game is its length, and the description's claim of "80 hours of playing" is no exaggeration. The main story is plenty long itself, and the side quests serve up a lot to sate the appetite of those keen to explore.
Overall, this is a well polished game which any fan of old-school RPGs will adore.