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Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood

Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood

Robin Hood is a third-person, isometric-perspective game. It centres around guiding a team of units through missions by avoiding the watchful eyes of sentries.

In Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood, not only do you take on the role of the hero Robin Hood, but also the roles of his faithful band, and take them into the field of battle against the evil Prince John.

While there, do not forget to enjoy the fabulous English landscape of 1190, lush green forests, giant castles and lively characters.

Take up the battle against the oppressors and free the peasants from the Prince’s reign! Be smart, be fast! Be Robin Hood!

In the game, the player controls up to five characters in a setting based on the stories of the protagonist, Robin Hood.

 Robin Hood

Price
$40

Developer
Runesoft

Website
www.spellbound.de

Requirements
CPU: Pentium 500 +
RAM: 128MB
Graphics card with 8MB video memory
XFree86 version 3.3.x or later
OSS compatible sound card
4x CD ROM
1 GB Hard Disk space


Kernel 2.2.x or later
Glibc 2.1.x or later

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Features include:

  • 40 separate missions
  • Control:
    • Robin Hood
    • Will Stutely
    • Will Scarlet
    • Little John
    • Maid Marian
    • Friar Tuck
    • and others

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