Tyrann (No Man's Land) Review | Home Computing Weekly - Everygamegoing

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By No Man's Land
Oric 1/Oric 48K

Published in Home Computing Weekly #99

Tyrann is a fairly standard text adventure with simple graphics. There are some notable features, however, which ensure that the enthusiast will enjoy this offering.

At the start, you have to create six characters. This is your team, and you control all their actions in pursuit of "the objective". You choose your six from four classes - warrior, thief, druid, and magician. All have their strengths and weaknesses. You can modify their characteristics to suit your needs. This variability ensures that you have a different starting position every time.

The game extends over both sides of the tape. When you succeed on side one, you get more on side two - more scenes, different monsters and different situations.

For those who enjoy adventurers, Tyrann should be different enough to be worth a try.


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