Firelord (Players) Review | Amstrad Computer User - Everygamegoing

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Amstrad CPC464/664/6128

Published in Amstrad Computer User #77


Be of brave mind, Sir Galaheart. Go out into the wilderness and find the Sacred Firestone and return it to the dragon's safekeeping.

Sounds like a harmless enough mission, but once you set foot into the land of Torot, you'll be dumbfounded by the scope of this excellent adventure as well as the gameplay. On your way to seeking out the Enchanted Crystals, which will help you to solve the puzzle of Torot, you will meet a whole population of inhabitants.

Some are peaceful and may be able to help you. Others don't mean you well at all. Use all your wits to seek out information, trade, barter and even steal to get what you want.

As a budget offering, Firelord should appeal to action and adventure freaks alike. With over 500 different locations, you're sure to be kept busy for some time, during which, you won't have time to get tired either. Try it, you won't be disappointed.

Brad Fisher

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