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The Lost Labyrinth of Lazaitch - The Adventures of Duke Alaric Blackmoon - Episode 7 Play Online
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Your friend Magor has discovered the location of a lost grimoire, written by the sorcerer Lazaitch, that contains the secret of perpetual motion, knowledge that will hopefully change the world. The grimoire is in a tower at the heart of a vast labyrinth in a far land beyond an area known as the "Forest of Misery".

You take on the daunting task of travelling to this place - can you find your way through THE LABYRINTH OF LAZAITCH and retrieve the grimoire?

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    The Alaric Blackmoon Series:

    Episode 1: The Axe of Kolt

    Episode 2: The Spectre of Castle Coris

    Episode 3: Die Feuerfaust - The Fist of Fire

    Episode 4: The Fortress of Fear

    Episode 5: The Lost Children

    Episode 6: The Call of the Shaman

    Episode 8: Return To Castle Coris

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    Stand-alone Adventures in the World of Alaric Blackmoon:

    Episode 1: Run, Bronwynn, Run!

    Episode 2: The Dwarf of Direwood Forest

    Coming Soon: Episode 3: Finn's Catacomb Foray

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    The Intrepid Space Adventures of Mike Erlin:

    Chapter 1: Magnetic Moon

    Chapter 2: Starship Quest

    Chapter 3: Revenge of the Space Pirates

    Chapter 4: The Euripedes Enigma

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    Genre: Fantasy 
    Language: Unknown 
    IFID: ADRIFT-500-D505-76F7-47E0-B4F9-6261B70B39EA 
    Category: Complete adventure 
    Forgiveness rating: Tough 
    Total Downloads: 21 
    Online Plays: 9 
    File Size: 292 Kb 
    Version: 7
     

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      Episode 7, Tue 30th Aug 2022
    By Denk - See all my reviews

    I helped beta-test this game. This is the 7th game in the Alaric Blackmoon series and as usual, it has great puzzles and a good atmosphere.

    This time the sorcerer Magor sends you on a quest to find the Grimoire of Lazaitch in another land east of Hecate beyond the Forest of Misery where you will find the Lost Labyrinth of Lazaitch, which you need to go through in order to find the grimoire. The game begins just before you enter the Forest of Misery.

    Without revealing too much, you will encounter some objects from previous episodes. However, the game is designed such, that you don't need to have played other episodes - you can just go ahead and play this episode.

    The game is written in Larry's usual style and still, as always, each of his games has a unique feel. This game is no exception. I highly recommend this game.

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