Follow Tyrna the Sword Daughter on a quest that might lead her to vengeance, treasure, glory, death or even love in this adaptation of the original gamebook. Although short, the 22 different endings add a lot of replay value and the game is worth it for the beautiful art style alone. It is a little heavy handed when it comes to romance and some of the story elements definitely shows their age, which is no surprise as the original gamebook was released way back in 1984. Despite its flaws the game is still quite enjoyable and well worth checking out.
Gameplay: The story is straightforward, but has plenty of branching routes and a whopping 22 different endings.
Graphics: The fantasy artwork might not be very animated, but it is quite beautiful.
Sound: Not many tunes, but the ones on offer are very good