The Legend of Kyrandia: book 2

Adventure 1993 Dos Dosbox Westwood Third Person Point and click Fantasy

Comedic fantasy adventure based on Fables Fiends

The second point and click adventure in the series has an interesting premise. Zanthia, the alchemist young wizard finds out that the land of Kyrandia, the magical realm is under a threat of disappearing, piece by piece. It feels like a take on the Phantasia premise, but whatever, the way it is presented is just good enough to be worth a go. In the game, you will be tasked with the solving of regular adventure game puzzles, items combination, tile puzzle solving, but there are also puzzles that feel innovative, as they rely on the superpowers of the alchemist protagonist. Another great thing about the game is that it does not take itself too seriously. It can bring you to areas where you will encounter dinosaurs and them make fun of known tropes of the wizardry genre, thus managing to keep a fresh perspective on the adventure, throughout. With nice graphics and an ok interface The Legend of Kyrandia: book 2 sure manages to create a good experience, one that will appeal to adventure players who love wizard stories that are sufficiently convoluted but never too serious.

Hurry before all is lost!

In my opinion, a solid story of a game is what determines every and each player to progress, leaving a suspense of what might happen next everytime. But what makes a great story? An unexpected twist? Or an interesting premise? Well how about this: the very world where the game takes place slowly disappear and the protagonist is in a race against the clock to prevent this from happening? Well, The Legend of Kyrandia: Book 2 is the game that offers this kind of premise and it delivers well. What's more epic than trying to save the world from disappearing? Besides the story, the game offers a lot more great elements. I have already give the synopsys of the game and if you wish to know more, the intro cutscene will tell you more. The gameplay is a typical point-and-click game. Combining it with the beautiful graphics, you might have the impression that you're playing The King's Quest. The voice is superb and accurate for a 1994 DOS game. Overall, if you like fantasy adventure games, The Legend of Kyrandia: Book 2 is for you!

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