Archer, Warrior, Valkyrie and Wizard journey through four worlds of fantasy adventure to find and defeat the evil demon Skorne.
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Credited cast:
Laurie Amat ...
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Patrice Crawford ...
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Tox Gunn ...
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Douglas Lawrence ...
Sumner (voice)
Joe Lyford ...
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Sorceress / Warrior / Priestess / Jester
Ron Seawright ...
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Similar to the previous games in this series. The designers have made each of the eight realms extremely deep and complex. Each realm has its unique challenges, from fire-breathing dragons to fang-toothed goblins to maniacal boss monsters. Written by Anonymous

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29 February 2000 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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[upon collecting first key in game]
Sumner: [VO] use keys to open doors and chests
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Follows Gauntlet II (1986) See more »

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Boriiiing!
6 October 2005 | by (Iceland) – See all my reviews

This game is a horrible two button game. It is incredibly tedious and long winded.

All you do is basically run around and kill, kill, kill. There is no plot, no design an no graphic value. The game was purchased for a minimum game worth, and the results were like so.

You can choose from 4 main characters (and unlock 4 more hidden characters) to begin with. And even choose what color they should be! yellow, red, green, blue. Then, you go from realm to realm, to find obelisks in each 'realm' and poke things to death. I missed the obelisk in the first level and had to go through it again because the graphics were so horrid I had no idea what it was.

The game in itself if a splendid purchase if you mean to fall asleep. As a matter of fact, I've often used this game whenever I have trouble sleeping. But running around levels hacking your way monotonously through hordes of green blobs (orcs, I presume) is not in any way enticing. I suggest you get this game for 4 year olds. That is to say, if you don't have any standards for them. They might be entertained by the colors in the game.


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