Their locations are Forsaken Temple 1, El Paso Underground, Stand Keep, Underworld, Underground Temple 3, DarkFort 2, Spirit of the Mountain, Uptown Ubar Na Kur, Dubuerk's Fortress 2, and Tower 1. They are usually hidden in niches that are revealed by pressing secret buttons.
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Mazes of Fate is a first-person role-playing video game developed by Argentinian studio Sabarasa and published by Graffiti Entertainment for the Game Boy Advance and the Nintendo DS. The Game Boy Advance version was released in North America on December 12, 2006. The dark fantasy world where the story is set is soon to be facing divine punishment. The ancient gods, disgusted by humanity’s pride, intend to wipe mankind out and replace it with a new, more submissive race of goatmen, but this plan is not unavoidable.
One party of adventurers take it upon themselves to fight back “against overwhelming odds” so that humanity is not sentenced to a fate “that may be worse than death.” Traveling with the protagonist are potentially six allies, who gradually get recruited, or ask to join the adventurers. Mazes of Fate is a real-time first-person role-playing game in which the player takes controls of up to three characters.
It bears similarities to older games in its genre, including Eye of the Beholder. When the player starts the game, he or she can either choose from three different pre-generated characters – a Warrior, a Rogue, and a Mage – or create a custom character. The Warrior’s abilities are tilted towards power, the Rogue’s abilities are tilted towards speed and thief-related abilities, and the Mage’s abilities are tilted towards magic and spells.
Mazes of Fate
North America: December 12, 2006
Game Boy Advance
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