Myth: The Fallen Lords is a Real Time Strategy game which pits the evil Fallen Lords vs humanity.
You must take control of archers, explosive-throwing dwarves, dependable infantry, and others to stop the horde of undead and evil from overrunning the last vestiges of good in the world. Battle plague-ridden corpses who detonate themselves in ground-shaking explosions, throngs of axe-wielding zombies, floating spectors who hurl poisoned spears at you, and quick-moving magical creatures armed with sharp blades. Live long enough and you will face the most powerful of the Fallen Lords.
Take control of the high ground and your ranged attackers will be able to shoot farther distances, but the enemy can take advantage of the same situation. Sometimes it may be to your advantage to let the forces of evil thin their ranks for you...
Go online and play vs other humans, using either side you wish, in many modes of play, including a game of capture the flag, but with a ball instead.
- "Myth: Upadli Wladcy" -- Polish title
- "Myth: Les seigneurs damnés" -- French title
- "Myth: Kreuzzug ins Ungewisse" -- German title
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The Press Says
The cinematic cutscenes were animated by hand in a professional animation house in Canada.
The game was known in-house as "The Big Bloody Wargame".
Mission 18 is absent in the German version.
As soon as the game went by, Myth: The Fallen Lords
has gotten its soundtrack released in 1997. No matter it has 19 audio-tracks, its music lasts less than 30 mins.
- Crow's Bridge
- A Traitor's Grave
- The Siege of Madrigal
- The Fallen Lords
- The Barrier
- The Five Champions
- Out of the Barrier
- The Watcher
- Seven Gates
- Hearts of the Stone
- Pools of Iron
- Smiths of Muirthemne
- Forest Heart
- River of Blood
- Sons of Myrgard
- The Last Battle
Information also contributed by
- Computer Gaming World
- March 1998 (Issue #164) – Strategy Game of the Year
- December 1999 (Issue #185) - Introduced into the Hall of Fame
- PC Gamer
- April 2000 - #49 in the "All-Time Top 50 Games" poll