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Words Worth (FM Towns)

Words Worth FM Towns Title screen

MISSING COVER

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Description

God had created the world with Light and Shadow completing each other, maintaining the balance of events. The Tribe of Light are humans, living on the surface; the Tribe of Shadow has many different creatures, who dwell underground. To sustain peace and harmony between the tribes, a huge stone tablet called Words Worth was erected.

But one day, someone has shattered the tablet. Both Tribes blamed each other and began a bloody war that has been raging for hundred years. Finally, the king of the Shadow Tribe sends his son, the brave Astral, to find out what really happened to the tablets, and to restore peace in the world.

Words Worth is primarily a first-person dungeon crawler. Even though there are a few "friendly" areas, such as a town where the hero can rest and buy supplies, most of the game is spent in dungeon-like, maze-like areas (with an auto-map feature). There is no party in the game: Astral has to face the enemies alone. The enemies appear randomly, and the combat is turn-based. The game has scenes with nudity and sexual situations.

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Words Worth FM Towns ...where he can dream. This scene is much expanded in the remake
Words Worth FM Towns Starting area
Words Worth FM Towns The violent stallion
Words Worth FM Towns Game Over...

Alternate Titles

  • "ワーズ・ワース" -- Japanese spelling

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Terok Nor (19024) added Words Worth (FM Towns) on Mar 12, 2011
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