20 Games Like Fate of Hellas(TBA)
La-Mulana is the “Ruins Exploration Archaeological action game” in which the player seek the “Anthropo-origin”, sleeps in the Huge Ruin La-Mulana, which is said the beginning of whole the civilizations.
Various types of traps for blocking infiltrators are awaiting inside the ruins, and sentinel-monsters are roaming about. Target the deepest point of the ruins by figuring out riddles, putting off the monsters and deactivating the traps. The way to the goal will be extraordinary, more complex riddles will be waiting for you as you come deeper point.
Handle Professor Lemeza to find out the Anthropo-origin!
Squeeze into your toga and slide on your sandals to rally the angry mobs of Okhlos and bring down the oppressive god of mythological Greece! Your beloved people will no longer stand for the abuse from their deities and have taken up arms against them and are hell bent on taking down anything and everything in their path. Topple the beastly minotaur, bring down sacred temples, and confront the almighty Olympians themselves while recruiting and balancing your unruly mob with warriors, peasants, slaves and even livestock in their quest for freedom from Mount Olympus! It’s total anarchy in the birthplace of democracy.
An Unruly Mob: The people are angry and have united behind the noble philosophers to do their bidding to take down the soldiers, mythical beasts and temples under the control of the twelve vile gods.
Recruit Followers: Carefully recruit your followers from warriors, peasants, slaves and beasts of burden and unlock special units or swap units for one of 100+ legendary heroes to upgrade the mob and increase their savagery. Wield the power of Heracles, Leonidas, Pandora, and Socrates to turn your mischievous gang into a formidable army!
One-of-a-Kind Battles: Every campaign against the gods is different with changes to heroes, monsters, and bosses – and even the mob itself – each time you and your followers set out for battle. Traverse eight procedurally generated Greek cities and never fight through the same world twice.
Bring Down Colossal Gods: Make your way through all manner of beasts, warriors, and demi-gods to arrive at the feet of the maleficent Olympians and unleash the power of the people in epic boss battles set against ancient ruins before they were ancient!
Depths of Fear :: Knossos is a Greek-themed 1st person adventure game with stealth, action and edge-of-your-seat elements within rogue-like procedurally generated levels. You will run. You will hide. You will fight. You will die.
The fate of Athens is in your hands as you step into the role of legendary Greek hero Theseus. Offering yourself for tribute unto the corrupt King Minos, you embark upon a perilous quest deep beneath the city of Knossos to slay the twisted mythical beast - The Minotaur. But, before you can complete this hero's journey you must steadfast the trials of ever-changing creature-filled labyrinths. Collect gold to deal with Daedalus, building up your armory whilst seeking out the mythological medallions that unlock a master sword, the only weapon known that can pierce the Minotaur's cursed flesh. May the gods of Greece be with you, son of Poseidon!
La-Mulana is a 2D side-scrolling platform game, first released on May 27, 2005 in Japan for Microsoft Windows that features graphics and an interface inspired by MSX games. The game is a traditional action-adventure game, reminiscent of Metroid games. This game was originally only available in Japanese, but an English translation patch has been produced by Ian Kelley of AGTP.
Vengeance is born in the fires of betrayal in this prequel to the best-selling God of War franchise. Six months have passed since Kratos stood over the bodies of his wife and child, his hands stained with their blood - tricked by Ares into murdering the only people he ever loved. Swearing to avenge them, Kratos broke the blood oath that bound him to Ares, but oaths to Olympus are not so easily broken... Sentenced to an eternity chained within a prison for the living damned, Kratos battles insanity at the hands of the Furies. He will be tested as he seeks freedom, redemption for his sins, and the clarity to avenge his family.
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The Battle For Olympus was developed by Infinity and Radical Entertainment for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Nintendo GameBoy. It was released in 1988, the year after Zelda II was released. The game borrowed many concepts from the popular Zelda game, utilizing various special weapons and tools as the game progresses.