You're in a role of mighty Thor. You use your hammer to solving the problems, and dealing with beasts. It's a nice game, with a slightly noticeable story, but better any than none. You will automatically talk to other characters if you bump into them. If you accidentaly kill 'em, you can go a screen out, and then back, and they'll still be alive. You'll need to pick the keys along the trip, and unlocking many doors. It's a great and not big platform/top-down adventure that looks lot alike some old arcade Amiga game.
God of Thunder is an arcade game that was published in 1993 by a company called Software Creations. Due to lack of funding, it never got much of a chance in the shareware market, so it remained very rare.
You are Thor, the God of Thunder and son of Odin, ruler of Asgard. Every few centuries, Odin must fall into Odinsleep to rejuvenate his power. Loki, God of Mischief and your evil half-brother has has seized the opportunity of the most recent Odinsleep to take control of Midgard. You must use your hammer to defeat Loki and free Midgard. The game is divided into three parts and at the end of each part, you must defeat an evil boss character to free the villagers from his hardship.
The graphics look alright, but could be better. They have a kind of a cartoony feeling to them. You can choose between no sound, PC speaker and digitized sound. The Adlib music can be turned on or off.
God of Thunder is overall a fun and very enjoyable game that looks at the Norse gods from another point of view. Available in extras here are also the game manual and hintbook, the hintbook provides solutions to all the puzzles in the game. If you like games that make you think, you should not miss this game.
You are Thor, The God of Thunder! Armed with only your enchanted hammer that always returns to the one who throws it, you must journey through dozens of puzzles and fight your way through hundreds of creatures highly motivated to stop you. Along the way you will find several items that you will need to complete your adventure. Many items are not what you would expect to find in 927 A.D. You will also encounter villages filled with goofy people who try to help you, but often just make you laugh with their hilarious responses. At the end of each of the three parts, you will come face-to-face with an evil boss character, whom you must defeat to free the villagers from his tyranny!
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