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Download Lord Avalot

Lord Avalot
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We write the year of our Lord 1179, at an island off the coast of Lleyn Peninsula, Gwynedd, Wales. It's the island Ynys Enlli, better known as Bardsey. During a game of ha'penny, the king of Bardsey, sir Gerald Winterwater, is disturbed by Baron Michel du Lustie. He comes to claim princess Geida l'Eau-d'Hiver's hand. The king, being not too fond of the intrusion at a particularly important moment in his game, denies this request. Upon that, Baron du Lustie kidnaps princess Geida (after she knocked down some of his knights) and demands ?50 ransom.

The king sends a letter to Sir Roamalot of Romford to go on a quest to save the princess, but he's off on a crusade to get a tan, and passes the quest on to his old buddy, Lord Avalot d'Argent. That's where the player steps in. You take control of Denarius Avaricius Sextus' great-great-great-[...]-grandchild, Lord Avalot, in a journey that takes you all across England, from Caerdydd to Norwic, meating people like Doctor Duck and Robin Hood along your way.

The graphics of Lord Avalot have increased significantly to those of Avaricius. They're still 16-colour and quite crude, but far better than the ones of its predecessor. The crudeness and low amount of colours might be a bit outdated for its time, but it's a deliberate choice by the makers to keep the feel of the old adventure games.

The interface of the game has changed significantly as well. While the previous one didn't have much of a GUI, this one has an entire status-bar at the bottom, including a clock, and a menu at the top. It provides you with everything you need.

Another new feature is the overhead map. If you want to travel from one place to another in England, you can walk around on a map of England, until you're at the place you want to arrive, then enter it.

For all those who loved Avaricius and want to continue the adventures of the Avvy generations, and for all lovers of funny and challenging adventure games, Lord Avalot is a must-have.


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