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"Dunric, you have come to save me! I am in the dungeon far below. I know I can count on you!"

These disembodied words of your old teacher magically coming from the candle flame hints that all is not well, but why he is calling for Dunric as this is not your name.

Thus begins your quest in the great role-playing adventure, The Immortal!

My memories of this game are both fond and frustrating. I remember one year (1991 or 1992?) a friend and I would take turns playing it on my Amiga 500. This is, of course, the PC version. Still, it seems about the same. This is an atmospheric game taking place in an isometrically viewed dungeon full of traps and treachery. The character graphics are very well done. The story, despite the typical fantasy dungeon setting, is not bad. When you begin, you are a wizard on a quest to find your teacher. Then things become more complicated. :)

The games interface is intuitive and simple: you use the arrow keys to walk around and the shift key to use or fire. Walking close to an enemy brings up a combat screen where you'll see enlarged images of you and your foe with bars representing health and fatigue. Simply pressing on the shift key will tire your wizard out and the more tired you become the less likely you are to hit your target. Sometimes combat can be avoided by using trickery or spells and often it's preferable.

I found this game to be extremely difficult in parts. If you download this game with the intention of completing it, be prepared for some tests of skill. Some of these tests come down to timing and careful manoeuvring, and if you don't succeed in completing them you get to do them again from the beginning of the level! Also, instead of a save feature this game uses console style passwords that will take you to the beginning of the level.

My friend and I did finish the game, by the way. To be honest, the ending seemed a bit lacklustre after all our work. Nevertheless the sinister traps and monsters carried us through.

So are you up for the challenge? Download it now and find out!



This version has been cracked, otherwise any level beyond the first will be inaccessible. To run the game, click on Immortal.com NOT Immortal.exe.

Supplied in the extras section are the level code cheats. If you want to skip ahead to a new level, or to access any level beyond the first, you need to know these codes. After you have entered the code (or certificates as the game calls them) you'll be asked two copy protection questions. Just type in any letter for the answer and the level will start.


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