Aveyond: The Lost Orb
Aveyond =-The Lost Orb
You control a party of characters exploring and on missions to accomplish. You fight battles and grow in strength, experience and money with each battle. You can return to towns to recover health and purchase stronger weapons and armor. You can pick different skills at the beginning to provide randomness to your character. You can also pick and choose who is in your party. Different characters have different skills, experience and weapons they can use.
Most of the story and tasks are non-liner. You must save yourself often to restart when you get killed.
Long ? several hundred hours. Is shorter than the Aveyond 1 and 2.
November 29, 2011
Need the Aveyond games to come on to Apple MAC
Great games. Love the whole series. Reminds me of zelda or Link back in the Nintendo days. Need these games to go onto MAC though.
November 23, 2011
I literally spent DAYS playing this..
..I could not stop. I just LOVE these Aveyond games. This is the third in a series, and you can carry parts of your previous character through them all, so I do not suggest that you start with this one, but with Lords of Twilight. These are terrific RPG games..a super change from hidden object adventures. These are wonderful! The characters and stories, the hidden things and side quests..it is just tons of fun and I could not stop playing. There are walkthroughs around the internet that really add to the game, because there are so many tiny side quests that are excellent and you may miss them, otherwise. The game is huge, takes days, not hours to play and all of that time is truly enjoyment. I grabbed the next one in the series as soon as I finished this one. Just don't want it to end!!
October 20, 2012
Love the Aveyond series- very reminicent of the old nintendo RPG's like Final Fantasy, Dragon Warrior, Zelda, and such. Aveyond 1 and 2 are more stand-alone games with different characters. The rest are continuations of Aveyond 3's main character Mel, whose adventures start with "Lord of Twilight", moves on with "Gates of Night", then "The Lost Orb", and the newest "Darkthrop Prophesy". To better understand the story, you may want to play in this order, but not a necessity.
December 20, 2011
Brilliant game lots of quests liked the hole series 1-1 to 1-4
December 1, 2011
Not my cup of tea...
but I can see the appeal. Reminds me of my old nintendo games.
May 12, 2012