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Lord of Light
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|Short Game||Can be completed within 30 minutes|
|Medium Length Game||Takes at least 30 mins to finish|
|Full Length Game||As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic|
|Non-Adventure Game||Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!|
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About this gameYou're an evil wizard, and those bastardy bastard heroes have chased you to the top of your tower. And just before you locked yourself in your laboratory, their stupid spellhacking cheating bastard of a good wizard cast Continual Light on your eyeballs.
You are blind.
Before they bash the door in, you must touch, talk, taste, smell and listen your way around your lab to concoct a Continual Darkness spell to restore your sight. Hurry!
Gameplay: Sense your way through magical ingredients, implements and creatures. Hovering over an unseen item makes a ? ? ? appear until you identify it. And fortunately, you had a couple spells still memorized after your battle that may help.
As you identify things, a "memory" of what they look like will appear. Nothing should be too pixel-hunt-y, and the game tells you when you've found everything in the room.
Short, one room game, 15+ minutes playtime. Will include voice pack in near future.
Recommend windowed play and sound on. Thanks for playing!
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AGS Awards Nominations
Nominated, Best Gameplay 2020
5 people commented on this game (newest first):
When I read the description, I expected a lot of pixel hunting, but good indications through mouse over help to avoid this. Besides, the bulk of the game takes places once you've figured out what everything is, so while the character might not be able to see, the player is.
For a one room game, this game has a lot of quirky characters and the main character is actually really likeable. The humour is great, giving me a couple of chuckles from the characters and one sequence made me laugh throughout (you'll probably know which one when you get there).
The puzzles are varied and logical, making it possible to proceed without too much difficulties but still offering a nice, balanced challange. The beginning of the game, where you need to figure out what everything is, could be a bit more challanging. Just trying every interaction (touch, smell, ...) with each hotspot will reveal what they are sooner or later. I'm sure there's room for more interessting puzzles here, but this is really only a minor critique.
This game is well worth the about 30 minutes it will take you to complete it. Great game
It was fun to not only to touch, but taste, smell... :D
I enjoyed the story, graphics and puzzles. But the "bro" talk, kind of ruined immersion for me.
Well done! Definitely play this game, a truly MAGS winner!