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Publisher: Hewson     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1989

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Genres : Action / Fantasy / Shoot-em-up

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# 5 - Dec 89

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small ST picture raytraced by Rich Davey 2001

wIZBURF wrote ...2004-08-03 10:15:54
Hewson's graphics... just as recognizable as Bitmap Bros's and just as good. I bought the game but never managed to finish it, out of boredom I have to say. I never quite tried to manage land or anything, I just concentrated on spilling the big blood droplets that made me buy the game !!
Mento wrote ...2004-06-21 12:49:15
It's you versus entire kingdoms, as you kill everything in your path. I don't think I got past more than two castles.. The mental battles were an odd way to handle boss battles, what with the flying hands and the weird heads, but they were easier than trying to fight 5 berserkers at once.
Small and hairy wrote ...2002-02-21 12:47:43
Beautiful game:) never managed to complete it (cuz u cant save) the seperate territories are usually seperated in some way so youd need to go to a temple and challenge the guardian to be able to traverse that kind of terrain, Ie Swamp temple lets you travel over swamp to new lands. Theres also an editor on the map screen, Hit F10 then all F1 thru F10 will replace that section of land with something. Get it now! :)
Jamie Thomas Durbin wrote ...2001-12-24 15:16:11
Ahhh, the wonders of one of the most difficult, repetitive, frustrating, and yet addictive games I have ever played... The general premise appears to be thus (I have, btw, never been anywhere near the manual, as the controls are so damn easy... left, right, up for jump, fire... Natch, combinations are allowed... *grin*)... ...You are a grand warrior, carving out your territories... on your own... I see no grand armies on your side, I see no weapons of mass-destruction on your side... You are alone... there are various weapons you use, and three stages... first, you get into the castle... difficult enough, as your health (red) goes down like nobody's business, and the spiritual health (blue) can also go down, making things difficult later on... Secondly, you storm the castle, in order to have a mental battle with the leader therein (third stage)... ...by the way, you die lots... and no-one I have met or known has truthfully completed the game by conquering all... (Yes, that is an open challenge, peeps...)