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Doman: Grzechy Ardana (Amiga)

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Doman: Grzechy Ardana (Doman: Ardan's Sins) is a brutal beat 'em up which tells the story of Doman, a Slavic response to the famous Conan, featured in a series of Polish comic books. Playing as Doman (or his buddy Baurus) you must end the tyranny of Ardan, fighting against his footmen, archers, mages and giant guards. You'll travel through forests, villages, shores and mountains, meeting NPCs, to finally reach Satan's Claw (Ardan's castle).

The game is a side-scrolling fighting game similar to the likes of Double Dragon: our protagonist heads relentlessly to the right, occasionally stopping to fight a group of more or less competent warriors who come at him. The gameplay and graphics style is similar to that of Franko, but this time a multiplayer option is offered. This game has more moves and combos (e.g.: decapitation) that can be performed and features more weapons to choose from (sword, axe, mace etc.). The package also contains a storybook.

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Doman: Grzechy Ardana Amiga A block.
Doman: Grzechy Ardana Amiga We are rewarded for our death with a short animation. (That forces us to insert disk 5 beforehand)
Doman: Grzechy Ardana Amiga "Ardan's laughter fills the world..." What's so bad about that? At least it will make the world more jolly 8)
Doman: Grzechy Ardana Amiga Didn't I kill this Ba-Amon already? No time to ponder that, he brought more buddies!

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During the intro to the game, a voice says "Doman: the sins of Ardan". However, the "sins" is mispronounced as "synes".
Rola (6592) added Doman: Grzechy Ardana (Amiga) on Oct 10, 2009