When focusing on the main objectives, Towers - Lord Baniff's Deceit is about 15 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 25 Hours to obtain 100% completion.
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Towers: Lord Baniff’s Deceit is a first-person role-playing video game originally developed and published by JV Enterprises for the Atari ST in 1993 and later released for the Game Boy Color on June 13, 2000. It is the first entry in the Towers series. In the game, players assume the role of adventurers tasked with finding Lord Baniff in his Tower, who has not been heard from by the people of Lamini.
During their journey to help in a battle against Sargon, a crew of four adventurers encounter a storm that opens a hole in their ship but managed to reach Lamini safely, also known as the Land of Towers. The people of Lamini offer help to repair the damaged ship and the adventuring crew meet with the Mayor of the town during their lookout for a job, as the Mayor is in need of messengers.
The Mayor tells that Lord Baniff has not been heard from in weeks and the crew needs to search him on his tower to bring word of his current condition. After entering the Baniff’s tower, the entrance doorway collapses, forcing the crew to find their way out. Towers: Lord Baniff’s Deceit is a role-playing video game (RPG) that takes place from a first-person perspective similar to other games in the genre such as Dungeon Master in a three-dimensional environment.
Players navigate through a large, multi-level castle tower in which the entire game is set to find Lord Baniff. A freely movable mouse cursor is used to interact with the environment and the icon-based interface on the heads-up display (HUD) when not engaged in combat. On every version of the title, up to two players can play co-op via link-up.
Towers - Lord Baniff's Deceit
North America: June 13, 2000
Game Boy Color
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