DOS game, 1992

Thalion Software
Thalion Software
1st-person, Top-down
Fantasy, Turn-based, Dungeon
DOS (1992), Amiga (1992), Atari ST (1992)

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Amberstar had quite a big ambitions, it was suppose to be a first part of an extensive RPG trilogy. Unfortunately, the trilogy was never fully completed. The game takes place in the land of Lyramion, where Tar, the quiet boy lives and who is somehow different from other boys in his age. The main reason why this is so, is he is very talented in magic. Tar is sent to study with the ambitious magicians and during the test of an imaginary sphere, he immersed in the great depth, where he meet with terrible demon - his father. From this moment Tar renamed himself to Tarbos - evil witch and murderer with only one purpose - to conquer the regions of Lyramion. There is a great resistance against him and Tarbos is imprisoned tanks to Amberstar amulet on the third moon of Lyramion. The amulet is divided into 13 parts, which are placed throughout the various territories. It does not take long, however, and Tarbos finds a way to break free. This is where your story in the game begins. You take the control of characters in the game and your task is, of course, to prevent Tarbos to come back to his homeland. The only possible way to do that is to find all 13 parts of Amberstar amulet and save the region from destruction.

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