Author: Manu - Published: 28 April 2021, 2:30 pm
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The title, designed by Orou Mama and Ivan Jacot, is clearly inspired by the popular [Defender of the Crown]. Still, it can differentiate itself thanks to several mini-games. The plot is basically the story of Robin Hood. You are back from the Crusades, and your uncle removed your Father (the King) from the throne. So your goal is to take the throne back. The game map is big, and you have to cross the lands, test your skills in terms of sword fighting, archery and wrestling. Visiting the villages will be useful because you can buy additional resources or advice.
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