||(Win95/98/Me/XP) (Retail) (LEGOKKPR)
Ages 8 and Up
Create A World of Medieval
Create your own medieval kingdom of adventure, role-playing
scenes from the past with fun LEGO minifigures. Enlist the help of brave
warrior Richard the Strong as you enter a land where you have the power to
shape history. Will good conquer evil? It's entirely up to you. Design and
build the castle, select battallions of King Leo's heroic knights and watch
them do battle against evil Cedric the Bull. Construct siege towers, rescue the
fair damsel and at all times, beware the dragon.
Lego Creator Knights' Kingdom puts you in charge of building
a fantastical vidrtal 3D kingdom of medieval adventure in which you then
role-play scenes of centuries long ago.
Interacting with King Leo's bravest warrior (and your
helper) Richard the Strong, build brick-by-brick in the Olde Worlde Workshop,
or alternatively use larger castle and vehicle parts to create on a more grand
scale. Then select battalions of the King's heroic knights and legions of evil
Cedric the Bull's forces to see your creation come to life with scenes of
conflict and destruction. Add to the epic atmosphere by introducing a dragon or
two, putting minfigures on horses, assembling siege towers and even choosing
the weather and time of day. Finally, drive or fly around your new kingdom and
see what it looks like from a minifigures own perspective.
Can you rise to the challenge, oh brave one!
- Place wise King Leo, ruler of the Kingdom and the
- Richard the Strong the King's bravest warrior, is your
- Her Majesty Queen Leonora, a kind and honorable lady
adored by her people.
- Cedric the Bull and his Henchmen. Can you prevent then
overtaking the castle.
Build your own models, brick by brick in the Olde
Interact with Richard the Strong, as he guides you
through your first challenges.
Video cut sequences help you through the Tutorial
Windows 95/98/Me/XP: Pentium II 233 Mhz MMX or
equivalent, 350 Mb of free hard disk space, 4x speed or higher CD-ROM / DVD
drive, 32 b RAM, 8 Mb Direct 3D Compatible Video Card (capable of 640 x 480
resolution in 16 bit color mode), DirectSound compatible sound card..
Tested OK on Windows XP.
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