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Badh the queen has imposed a terrible vengeance on the land by kidnapping the fairies. To restore things their rightful way, you must rescue them.

As you progress through the levels of platform-adventure action, you will come across fairies which are rescued by touching them. Enemies include Venus Fly Traps, localized acid rain showers and dragons, which can be avoided or shot in the bonus shoot 'em up sections. You will need help to reach some levels; this comes from Mael Dvin the Eagle. After each level there's a bonus game in which tears must be collected for points.


Stormlord Genesis Waterfall cave
Stormlord Commodore 64 Naturally, the door is locked...
Stormlord Commodore 64 The high score table
Stormlord Amiga Invalid chosen moment is tantamount to death by the blue flame.

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Alternate Titles

  • "ストームロード" -- Japanese spelling

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User Reviews

Warning: This game is rated PG and contains nudity Amiga Katakis | カタキス (39492)
Slow side scrolling platform puzzle action game. DOS gametrader (233)

Critic Reviews

The Games Machine (UK) Amiga Dec, 1989 92 out of 100 92
Crash! ZX Spectrum May, 1989 91 out of 100 91
The Games Machine (UK) ZX Spectrum May, 1989 86 out of 100 86
The Games Machine (UK) Commodore 64 Jul, 1989 85 out of 100 85
ST Format Atari ST Jan, 1990 80 out of 100 80
Entertainment Weekly Genesis Jun 21, 1991 B 75
Amiga Format Amiga Jan, 1990 62 out of 100 62 Commodore 64 Jun, 2003 5 out of 10 50
Power Play Amstrad CPC Jun, 1989 38 out of 100 38
The Video Game Critic Genesis Jan 17, 2002 D 25


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Genesis version

Unlike other versions of the game, the faeries are not naked in the Genesis version.

Mael Dvin

Mael Dvin is a corruption of the name of Mev Dinc, another famed Hewson programmer of the era.


  • Commodore Format
    • November 1994 (Issue 50) – #24 The All-Time Top 50 C64 Games

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