Price Drop: Golvellius – The Valley of Doom

Light-hearted levelling RPGs like Zenonia and Inotia: A Wanderer of Luone have captured the App Store’s heart. Well, it doesn’t get much lighter than Golvellius – The Valley of Doom, a throwback to the bygone days of 8-bit console RPG games. In fact, it was a hit in the late 1980′s on Sega’s Master System and has been a classic ever since. Well, thanks to its benevolent dev, DotEmu, it gets the FREE treatment. 1.3 brings a number of improvements which have been requested by users since version 1.0 and is much better. It is time to RPG the 80′s way!

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App Description

Golvellius: The Valley of Doom, one of the best games of the 80s is back for good!

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IGN 7.3/10 – Massive game provides hours upon hours of play

Slide To Play 3/4 (Good) – There are thousands upon thousands of games for your iPhone, but how many can really bring you back to a simpler time like Golvellius can?
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Originally developed by Compile in 1987, Golvellius on the Master System was a true challenger to Legend of Zelda. The new iPhone version and its highly improved user interface will delight the fans and seduce the new players.

Evil king Golvellius and his army are wrecking havoc in the valley. Only you, brave Knight Kelesis, have a chance to save the day! Fight hordes of enemies and spend your gold to buy powerful weapons, equipment and enchanted artifacts. Can you outwit the devilish traps and minions to save Princess Rena from evil claws?

  • The magic of a classic video-game
  • A huge playground and multiple secret passages to discover
  • An unique gameplay in various environments: caves, dungeons, landscape
  • An improved UI for the iPhone
  • An intelligent save system

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  • The original music of the 80s in high quality
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