Prophecy: Viking Child

Original Platform: Amiga - Alias: Prophecy I: The Viking Child

Prophecy: Viking Child (a.ka. Prophecy I: The Viking Child) is a fantasy platform game developed by Imagitec Design and published by GameTek in 1990 initially for the Amiga and At...

Year1990
GenrePlatformer
Rating4.5

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PublisherGameTek
DeveloperImagitec
OS supportedWindows XP, 2000 & Windows 7, MacOS X 10.6+
Updated19 July 2019
TAGS2d basher fantasy mythology norse

Game Review

Prophecy: Viking Child (a.ka. Prophecy I: The Viking Child) is a fantasy platform game developed by Imagitec Design and published by GameTek in 1990 initially for the Amiga and Atari ST. It was ported to a few other platforms within the following 2 years.

Playing as Brian (the viking child himself) you go off on an errand to retrieve some herbs, but when you return home, it’s destroyed. Odin comes to you to tell you that you must defeat Loki to get your loved ones back who are floating around in Valhalla. Brian has a perpetual smile on his face as he jumps and shivs every enemy in his path using his dagger. There are several shops to discover where Brian can purchase items to help him on his quest. Coins to spend in the shops can be found in multiple places around the world.

Prophecy: Viking Child did pretty well when it was released and features cartoon-like graphics with amusing animations for Brian. The game was probably inspired by Wonderboy in Monsterland. The platforming can be a little rough as Brian doesn’t always have the best movement speed, but the combination of action, adventure and platformer gameplay is enjoyable. The music, especially the first track, is brilliant. Overall it's an underrated game.

Review by: Tasha
Published: 29 September 2017, 2:09 am


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Download Prophecy: Viking Child - Amiga Version

Amiga version 1.2 - Language: EN - Size: 8.85 Mb

Amiga version 1.1 - Language: EN - Size: 7.20 Mb


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