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  Great game!, Sat 28th May 2016
By Denk - See all my reviews

Die Feuerfaust - The Fist of Fire is the third episode in the Alaric Blackmoon series. Having played the first two episodes, I had big expectations to the game. I was not disappointed! I must mention here, that I played this game as a beta-tester but luckily that did not spoil the fun!

The objective of the game is to obtain and return the stolen Fist of Fire (die Feuerfaust). You start out by sailing to Lubeck but unfortunately a storm hits the ship and you are cast overboard. The next morning you wake up on an empty beach and you have to find your way to Lubeck from here.

The game is very varied, bringing you to various places such as a hamlet, a village, a town, some cities, a forest and an encampment. The game has more magic than previous episodes in the series, which I like. The puzzles are great, often involving magic, and as previous episodes this game is very well implemented.

To summarize, this is a great game!

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