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A linda princesa é aprisionada pela bruxa. Sua missão é salvá-la. Para isto e preciso entrar no castelo secreto para encontrá-la no calabouço.
But, if there's one positive I can take from this game, it's that in beating the great skeletal beast I had a story that I can tell until the end of time! And I will.....
Milon’s Secret Castle is the type of game that people on the Internet will defend with the claim that, “It’s really not that bad.” This is because MSC is such a unique and weird game. I’m not sure I’d call it a cult hit, but strange games seem to come with a fan base who decide that they love them, regardless of any obvious debilitating flaws. Perhaps the people who make this “not-so-bad” claim actually believe it. I’m not here to belittle opinions, but I do believe that Milon’s Secret Castle should have been a better, more thoughtfully designed game. Milon as a character may not deserve better than his pre-programmed fate, but gamers do.
Hudson Soft produced some great games in their day, but Milon's Secret Castle wasn't one of them.