The Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate

The Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate

The warriors who have destroyed the evil wizard Mangar receive a letter while celebrating their victory. The letter informs them of a terrible disaster: Mangar's master, the Mad God Tarjan, has unleashed his wrath upon the town of Skara Brae,...

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Name The Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate
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Platform Commodore 64
Release Date 1988
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Interplay Productions, Inc.
Publishers Electronic Arts, Inc.
Genres Role-Playing
Max Players 1
Cooperative No
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Community Rating: 4.3
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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bard's_Tale_III:_Thief_of_Fate
Video Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjCO7m9GRiU
Overview
The warriors who have destroyed the evil wizard Mangar receive a letter while celebrating their victory. The letter informs them of a terrible disaster: Mangar's master, the Mad God Tarjan, has unleashed his wrath upon the town of Skara Brae, completely destroying in. The heroes visit a refugee camp nearby and embark on a quest to defeat Tarjan. Thief of Fate is the third installment in the Bard's Tale series, and a sequel to The Destiny Knight. It is similar to its predecessors, being a first-person fantasy role-playing game in which the player explores maze-like pseudo-3D towns, dungeons, and wilderness areas. Two new character classes have been added: Geomancer and Chronomancer. There are more dungeons than in the previous games, and this installment also adds an auto-mapping feature. The game's world is divided into separate realms accessed by using time warps, each with its own theme and setting - including, among others, famous locations from Earth's history such as ancient Rome or Berlin during World War II.
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