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Can you survive inside the fortress, and free the many prisoners (including your own girlfriend!) from their unfortunate fate? Play as up to 4 different parties - you can even play evil heroes from darkness - and find out!
release date: 23 May, 2019
developer: Aldorlea Games
publisher: Aldorlea Games
About This Game
Can you survive inside the fortress, and free the many prisoners (including your own girlfriend!) from their unfortunate fate?
Can you defeat the countless enemies and bosses of Darkness?
Can you once and for all defeat the Sacjdil organization?
Play as up to 4 different parties - you can even play evil heroes from darkness!
Have you got what it takes to defeat the Fortress of Hell? Play the game and find out!
- 20+ playable characters
- Play up to 4 different parties with their own dialogues and story
- About 3-4 hours of gameplay for each party
- High production values and quality "dark" atmosphere for a deeper immersion
- Great interaction and replay value
- Customize your characters - they get different boosts for fighting, killing enemies and using their skills and spells
- Visible encounters
- Mouse control and auto-saving
- Explore a lot, read a lot - there's a lot of things to do and discover in this game, reminiscent of Aldorlea's early style
- Grim atmosphere
min system requirement: OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8/10
Processor: 1.6 GHz
Memory: 128 MB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
DirectX: Version 9.0
Storage: 200 MB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound
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Fortress of Hell user review
Fortress of Hell is an RPG Maker game, but one intended for a mature audience. Its heroes are all grown up, frequently vulgar/cynical, and there will be plenty of sarcastic remarks.Also the theme of the games is quite depraved. While I’m not well versed in the state of RPG Maker games in the 2010’s, the combat system in this game seems fairly good, rewarding the use of buffs and debuffs, and requiring some management of TP/MP. You won’t be able to simply spam skills and spells even in normal mode. Thankfully most of the enemies can be dealt with mere weapon attacks, once your party has leveled up a bit. The progression of the heroes contain numerous points, where you have to choose one talent out of 3 or 2. The description of the outcomes are sometimes too vague, so you might end up with an underwhelming upgrade. Not that it matter that much, on normal difficulty the game can be easily completed even with subpar choices.
Fortress of Hell is a bit of a departure from the usual fare of the old style rpgs that Alforlea is so well known for ---- and it is an incredibly refreshing difference that takes us on a remarkably fascinating journey through a puzzling, foreboding, and exciting investigative search for missing persons that will have you completely captivated.
The game is nice had it not been this buggy!