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Valhalla Classics is an episodic remake of the classic Amiga games Valhalla and the Lord of Infinity, Valhalla and the Fortress of Eve, and Valhalla: Before the War. Each game was divided into four episodes (overall twelve) which can be bought and played separately from each other. Improvements to the original games are new graphics, music, and voice recordings.

Village of Eveswood is the second episode of the Fortress of Eve timeline which continues after the Lord of Infinity timeline. After the Prince defeated the Lord of Infinity he is now known as King Garamond II and searches for a bride. Unfortunately all eligible women were kidnapped by Queen Eye from another kingdom. Now the player takes Garamond II's role to rescue them. In this episode, the player is in the Village of Eveswood where he has to locate four keys which were hidden by the town folk. These are needed because the way to the fortress is guarded by four stone gargoyles.

The game is an adventure in top-down perspective. The player walks through the maps, talks to people and solves puzzles which are either logic, inventory, or dialogue based. To interact with his surroundings the player has to walk in front of the object and person and then needs to press one of the three action buttons (look, operate or take). The inventory is limited to ten objects and the player can hurt himself. When the stamina bar reaches zero he dies - but it can be replenished by potions.


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Patrick Bregger (257351) added Valhalla Classics: Episode 10 - Village of Evesland (Windows) on Oct 08, 2009