WWI is one of those events that very few alive today would have lived through any part of, but it is still taught in schools to give people a sense of how awful a period it was.
There are curiously few games based on WWI and today we're taking a look at one of them, HistoryLine 1914-1918. godboko was the first to guess it, but as I said, there aren't that many games that focus on WWI...
Tagged: 1993, Amiga, Blue Byte Software, DOS, hex tile map, Retro Month, turn-based strategy | No repliesContinue reading →
Day 11 takes us to an interesting but polished RPG, King's Bounty: Armored Princess.
I haven't played any of the preceding games, but somehow I don't think this will be any kind of an issue. Let's see, shall we?
Tagged: 1C Company, 2009, demo available, fantasy, hex tile map, Katauri Interactive, King's Bounty, New Beginnings Month, OS X, role-playing game (RPG), Steam, turn-based strategy, Windows | 2 repliesContinue reading →
Day 5 of New Beginnings Month, and we take a look at games beginning with E - and today's choice is Elven Legacy.
Before we begin...
So before the main game starts I'm treated to a bit of backstory about the history of the world - that the elves had great power, that a student tried to learn it but that it caused a schism when he tried to steal the teacher's power. Cue the elf lord summoning the power of the dragons, or something, and smiting the traitor.
Developers (Y-Z, #)