DescriptionPlay a would-be hero in the city of Hillsfar, where action and adventure await the daring adventurer. Join the local guild and complete missions from the guild master in a quest for glory and gold!
Hillsfar is a single-hero role-playing game (in comparison to other Advanced Dungeons & Dragons role-playing games, where the player usually controls a group of characters). A combination of first person perspective (when traveling in the city of Hillsfar) and third person perspective (usually in some action-style mini-quests) viewpoints.
As a would-be-hero, four classes are available in a randomly generated mission-based plot: fighter, thief, cleric, or magic-user. Each class to a certain extent, have different assigned quests given by each respective guild.
In Hillsfar, gameplay usually consists of various mini-games that are needed to complete the quests or missions provided at the local guild by the guild master. These mini-games (and their viewpoints) include:
- Fighting in the arena (third person).
- Competing at the archery range (first person).
- Exploring buildings or mazes (top-down).
- Riding a horse outside Hillsfar while avoiding obstacles (third person/side-scrolling).
- Locking picking doors and chests (first person).
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Part of the Following Groups
- Dungeons & Dragons Campaign Setting: Forgotten Realms
- Dungeons & Dragons (D&D / AD&D) licensees
- Fantasy Creatures: Dwarves
- Gameplay feature: Horse Riding
- Gameplay feature: Importable characters
- Gameplay feature: Lock picking
- Games with code-wheel copy protection
There are no reviews for the Commodore 64 release of this game. You can use the links below to write your own review or read reviews for the other platforms of this game.
|64'er||1991||8 out of 10||80|
|Power Play||May, 1989||80 out of 100||80|
|Commodore User||May, 1989||80 out of 100||80|
|ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)||Jun, 1989||732 out of 1000||73|
|Joker Verlag präsentiert: Sonderheft||1992||57 out of 100||57|
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Cover artThe cover artwork, by Clyde Caldwell, was first used two years earlier as the cover to the 1987 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Gamebook #15: The Vanishing City.
Pools of RadianceWhile not part of the Pools of Radiance series, you can import your characters from those games into this game.
- Power Play
- Issue 01/1990 - #2 Best Role Playing Game in 1989
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