Travel to an age of kings and queens, monsters, magic and
men. Enter the world of the dark ages filled with 3D beauty and colorful
characters and NPC's. Visit the kingdom of Camelot and the legendary place
called Avalon, plus many more. Battle monsters, bargain with fairies and outwit
foes in uniquely different ways.
Take the journey with Bradwen the Christian or Bradwen the
Celt. You choose the path he must travel. With two unique storylines, accompany
Bradwen as he encounters treachery, murder and madness to complete his destiny
on the quest for a King.
Become the adventure, as one of Arthur's Knights.
Chivalry to Live By ... Honor to Die
Enter the world of the Medieval Times filled with 3D
beauty and colorful characters.
Discover an interactive world filled with drama and
Stunning backgrounds, dynamic cameras and fluid 3D
2 games in 1 - 2 playable characters, 2 separate quests
and ultimately a knight's honor to be won.
Windows 95/98/ME/XP: PII 300 MHz, 64 MB RAM, 12 x
CD-ROM drive, 8 MB DirectX 7.0 compatible, keyboard and mouse.
"...choose between a Red Book, which chronicles the story of
Bradwen as a valiant knight who follows the Celtic traditions and serves the
magic of Merlin and the power of the great goddesses, or a White Book, which
tells of Bradwen the Paladin, a pious knight, who is a Christian and defender
of the cross."
"Each story is presented as five main quests, generally with
eight to ten episodes that take you from location to location, as you follow
your adventures. In an interesting twist on the usual adventure game, progress
in your adventuring, involving all of the important actions you make and
results that you attain during game play, are recorded/written down by Foulque
in the Book of Adventures, which can be accessed onscreen at any time."
"Bradwen's stories are the strength of the adventure of
Arthur's Knights, and you will enjoy the adventure, if you have a passion for
historical adventures, because this game is packed with the legends of King
Arthur, Merlin, and the famous and courageous Knights of the Round Table."
"How will you deal with the treachery and hatred of your
half-brother Morganor? What secret power does Morganor possess? Will you be
able to protect your wife Gwen and infant son Madog from danger? Is Lancelot
guilty or innocent of the crime for which he is accused? Can you outwit the
great goddess Morgan and convince the fairies to help you? Will you be able to
convince Arthur that your request for justice is justified? There's much more,
but the rest is up to you!"