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DOS Games > Role Playing > L > Lost Valley for DOS

Lost Valley

Genre: Role-Playing    |     Year: unknown    |     Publisher: unknown    |     Developer: unknown
Game Review (written by Shannon) Added on: 03/11/2011
The Lost Valley is a video game that few people know a great deal about, which certainly doesn’t mean that it isn’t worth a play. It is a fan offering that plays like a role playing game. It was originally created with TGF but was adapted to MMF, which took the creator quite some time.

So what is it? It is a role playing game that can be described as somewhat Zelda like. There are well over eleven hundred screens (almost twelve hundred) and traversing the map goes screen by screen, just like the original Legend of Zelda game.
There are two phases to the Lost Valley, and which phase you are in will determine if you have the overhead birds eye third person perspective or more of a side scroller. The two phases are action and adventure.

Also similar to Zelda, you will be in search of twelve crystals in order to fight a big foozle named Zero and save your realm. You will find everything you need to do that as you explore the 1184 screens. Items include the standard weapons, armor, shields and so forth. There are also tools such as a compass and aqua boots for specific tasks. Spells
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come in the form of “special technics” such as fireball, whirlwind attack and recovery power. Give it a try and see what you think!

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