The multi-dimensional world of Nhagardia is quickly becoming paralyzed by the evil lord Grimnoth's terrifying plague of darkness. As Prince of Alonia, you now have 100 days to keep the world from being cast into eternal despair!Read full description
The multi-dimensional world of Nhagardia is quickly becoming paralyzed by the evil lord Grimnoth's terrifying plague of darkness. As Prince of Alonia, you now have 100 days to keep the world from being cast into eternal despair!
But is 100 days enough? After all, in addition to confronting Grimnoth's evil forces, you'll have to unlock the many mysteries behind his power. And you'll need to overcome the myriad obstacles that dot each realm!
Defeat a menacing band of traitors intent on conquering your kingdom; journey beneath the ocean to a vast underwater land; venture into the core of the world to find hidden secrets; fly to the majestic kingdom of the sky and experience the magic and wonder of the enchanted forest.
Your actions will determine the fate of Nhagardia as you journey through Challenge of the Five Realms, an original fantasy role-playing adventure from gaming hall-of-famer Marc Miller.
You'll experience an array of wondrous and unpredictable scenarios. Each brought to life by compelling animations, streamlined character generation and a truly unique story line!
Grimnoth has thrown down the gauntlet, are you brave enough to pick it up?!!
RPGs walked a long way from their begginigs to what we get now and this game really shows it. If you expect an experience you think of when hearing word RPG nowadays - forget about it. In this game everything is predetermined and it gets really frustrating really fast. There are no random parts, no place for your improvisation, no choosing your way - you either do everything the way devs imagined or you start over. You make a character, play and then it turns out that because of stats you chose you cannot overcome an obstacle? Too bad - start over. You didn't count outside of the game itself (there's no ingame indication) that you need to rest? You lose the fight and have to start over. You didn't draw a map on piece of paper? Too bad - there's no minimap, you're lost and may as well start over. Everything you get, every encounter, every item is always in the same place, it's always have the same stats and it always plays the same way. It gets boring really fast especially if you have to go through them multiple times. Unless you're a masochistic oldschool gameplay fan - stay away!
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