Take back the throne that was rightfully yours! When demon-summoning usurpers assassinate the king and queen, the right of rulership falls to you, their only child. Develop your own unique prince or princess, discovering a world of fantasy, magic, mystery, and adventure. "The Lost Heir: The Fall of Daria" is an epic 145,000-word interactive fantasy novel by Mike Walter—the first of a trilogy—where your choices control the story. The game is entirely text-based--without graphics or sound effects--and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination. Develop your own unique prince or princess, for good or evil! Become a noble knight, a greedy thief, an evil priest, a nature-loving druid, a charming bard, a deadly assassin, a wise monk, a well-traveled ranger, a martial cleric, a kind priest, a brutal thug, a steadfast guard, a powerful wizard or any combination you choose. Your highness, the kingdom of Daria awaits you! • Play as male or female, gay or straight. • Pursue love interests, make friends, or be a loner. • Uncover the mysteries of demon summoning. • Uncover and collect legendary magical items and treasure.
To be 100% honest I don’t really write reviews but I saw the Most recent review of this and actually upset me. This game is very good there is a lot of depth to it I’ve probably played through at least 30 to 40 times and I would say 26 of those times had something that I had never seen before or didn’t even realize was a possibility. There’s a lot a unique choices every single time that I played through why I couldn’t do something I went back on my next place he would try to figure out what I had to do to be able to do that. I recommended this to all of my friends who play dnd and have heard nothing but good things from them too. Outstanding job.
This is the first review I’ve ever written for a game out of my 9 years of gaming experience which emphasizes just how much this game disappointed me. This game is overrated. How did this game get a 4.8 rating? I’ve played 12 games by Hosted Games and the price to length ratio of this one is not worth it. I made it through the game in about 3 or 4 hours and I’m not the fastest reader. I’ve played through the game 3 times and I’ve been disappointed every time. I don’t know if I’m playing it wrong or something but bad things always happen and my character always loses in battle. Each time I played through I used a different class and went about things a different way correlating to my character’s class but I keep getting the same results. Also the stat system is terrible. You have to have very high stats in a certain area just to pass a simple check. I tried to be a spell sword in my first play through but learned that you can really only focus on one class. Also the reviews of the third game are bad meaning you won’t get a satisfying end to this series. If you’re looking for a game to get skip this one and get the “Samurai of Hyuga” series. That series is my favorite out of all the games I’ve played by “Hosted Games”.
Very good! I like that they're still updating it even after all this time! Does get a little tedious at times, but its overall pretty fun. I don't know what that one person meant by the boss being difficult to beat as I've beaten them before. My suggestion, for that person and everyone else having difficulty, is to try a different class, i.e. Bard, thief, hunter, priest, etc. Also, if you're trying to be on good terms with your entire party, I find it easier to *Spoiler Alert* choose the poor boy/girl rather than rich boy/girl at the beginning, especially if you choose to romance them. Then they can be the person you have to anger every now and then instead of angering the grumpy mage even more. Anyways, back to the review. I also like how I can choose the gender of not just my character, the characters that are in my party as well. It's unique to the choice of games and hosted games apps!
The stat system in this game is pretty bad, you are constantly under the required stat limit and if you try to meat that stat limit next play-through you're almost guarantied to fail another check. I've gone through the game about 10 times trying different choices and stat combinations and before i looked it up online i was almost convinced the final 'boss' was just there as part of the story and there was no way to beat him. Apparently you can beat him, its just extremely hard and i have yet to do it. The game is just long enough to be tedious to play again and again trying to figure it out and there's no chapter-by-chapter save option to make it easier. The writing is good and its kinda interesting, and you don't need to defeat the final boss to continue, it just makes it less enjoyable. Those two reasons are why i gave it 2 stars instead of 1.
I love this so much like I can't count the number of nights I've lost sleep playing this! It's well written, has an interesting plot with twists and turns, and is made really in depth. Once I finished the first game I had to move on to the 2nd, then the 3rd, and then repeat the trilogy all over again! This game has a lot of replay value. You can choose to train your hero however you want whether you want to focus on magic, archery, blades, religion, geography, it's all up to you! And there's so many classes that you can become by the end of the game, my mind is blown by diversity of options available. I 100% recommend this trilogy to anyone who thinks they might be interested because this game WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.
Developed by Hosted Games LLC.
The Lost Heir is ranking in Games & Role Playing & Adventure
Last update was at Noneand the current version is 1.2.0.
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