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During a war with the demons, a young man named Shot has lost everything - his home, his family, his friends, and his beloved one. One day he hears a rumor about the Guardian's Sword, which is told to grant a wish to whoever discovers it. Shot decides to dedicate his life to the search of the Guardian's Sword, hoping to bring the people who were dear to his heart back to life.

Guardian's Sword is a Chinese (Taiwanese)-made role-playing game, influenced by Japanese anime style and RPG gameplay. It utilizes point-and-click horizontal movement on screens with pre-rendered backgrounds and 2D hand-drawn characters. Battles with enemies occur on the same screen as the main navigation. The battles are a mixture of turn-based and real-time style, in Final Fantasy spirit.


Guardian's Sword: Alpha Era Windows Well, hello to you too!..
Guardian's Sword: Alpha Era Windows Battle in a swamp...
Guardian's Sword: Alpha Era Windows Trying to hit on a pretty girl in an abandoned house... focus on the game, Shot
Guardian's Sword: Alpha Era Windows Visiting a town. Women, children, cats, dogs... they've got everything

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Alternate Titles

  • "守護者之劍" -- Chinese spelling (traditional)
  • "守护者之剑" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
  • "Shouhuzhe zhi Jian" -- Chinese title
  • "ガーディアンズソード" -- Japanese spelling

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Version differences

All the four main characters were renamed in the Japanese version of the game. In the Chinese (Taiwanese) release they are called Shot (修特, "Xiute"), Shary (雪麗, "Xueli"), Kunna (柯娜, "Kena"), and Jean (小珍, "Xiao Zhen"). In the Japanese version they were renamed to Guy (ガイ), Setsuka (セシカ), Rosanna (ロザンナ), and Mana (マナ), respectively.
Oleg Roschin (181731) added Guardian's Sword: Alpha Era (Windows) on Aug 10, 2005