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The Glorious Realm of Thendor

by Andail

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File size: 3 MB
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Graphics: 640x400, 8-bit (256 col)

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2 Apr 2002
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Full length game
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
MAGS game Monthly AGS competition entry
Non-adventure game Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!
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About this game

This is the third and final chapter of the Tulle's World-tale. It shows the greatest of Artram's heroic deed, where he has to save the once glorious Thendor from a devastating war, and in the end has to do the ultimate decision, as he finally finds out who Tulle really is.

5 people commented on this game (newest first):

Nice game
2005-03-27 11:51:53 by TomPel
This is the type of game I started with. wish there were more like it. I enjoy these game more than most commercial ones.
2004-05-27 08:28:51 by Bee921
Despite the misspelled words and very sloppy interface, this game is still quite good. The plot is well done, and the ending is well worth playing the game through for IMO.
2003-01-11 16:14:15 by Frogman
Apart from original graphics and atmosphere, this game has one great aspect that seems to be missed by most of the players: this is the only (so far) AGS game that poses a moral dilemma at the end, giving player the choice to change the fate of the whole land in which the story takes place.
2002-12-07 12:34:17 by Goldmund
I love this game. The graphics look like a painting, and it fits the atmosphere of the game very well. One of the few 'serious' amateur-adventure games I really like. :) Good work.
2002-08-22 11:12:30 by Ghormak
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