Unite the kingdom to take back your capital city! You'll need dragons, elves, and perhaps even demons to avenge your parents' murder in this fantasy epic! In "The Lost Heir 2," you'll continue as the prince or princess of Daria displaced from your palace after the murder of your parents. Face betrayal, seek romance, battle enemies in war, and navigate the intrigues of court. The fate of the kingdom of Daria is in your hands.
"The Lost Heir 2" is a 250,000-word interactive fantasy novel by Mike Walter—the second of a trilogy—where your choices control the story. The game is entirely text-based—without graphics or sound effects—and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.
• Play as female or male, gay, straight, or asexual.
• Meet elves, dwarves, gnomes, and more as you explore the furthest reaches of the land.
• Learn amazing new abilities from legendary teachers and search for powerful artifacts to help you on your way.
• March into heated battle and lead your army to victory!
• Fly a dragon, raise an undead army, discover alchemy, summon new demons and more!
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Ratings and Reviews
Great Game!!! (seriously)
I actually played this first without playing part 1, after I beat the game (aka failed miserably) I went back to part 1 and bought it. I really wish there was more content but I can imagine for a game with so many choices and story lines to consider that it can get lengthy. I'm very excited for part 3. Part 1, seems like a better game since it's a bit heftier in content and choices but part 2 was just as enjoyable. I've played it about 5-6 times now and each time I've found something new and interesting (AND BIG DIFFERENT ENDINGS)
Please keep working on the next one! :)
Inadvertently funny; 3.5 stars
This entire chapter is based around an army-management minigame, building up to a battle at the end.
Now here’s the big spoiler.
WINNING OR LOSING MAKES NO DIFFERENCE.
If you win, you will get cheated of your victory by your plot-armored nemesis. If you lose, you will survive due to your own plot armor. Whatever happens, your friends will be all right and your kingdom will be overrun by demons.
In fact, losing may be BETTER. You get to screw up the minigame as badly as you like, and you’ll get a brainwashed friend back. In order to win, you have to kill them. If you lose, the only named NPC who dies is a gruff general who barely appears in The Lost Heir 3 anyway. The only real reason to win is bragging rights.
I assume the author responded to feedback that failing TLH1’s boss battle had far too harsh drawbacks by lowering the consequences for losing, but having an arguably NEGATIVE outcome for winning is bewildering.
I recommend just focusing on building up your character for TLH3, because that’s where the stat checks become truly brutal. Again, I recommend physical classes because, if you focused on Magic alone, getting a good ending will be much harder there.
On the right track.
Amazing game. True the writing fell a bit short as compared to the last game. Still, the level of customization and depth as well as scope of the story was nothing less then amazing and earns this read at least 5 stars.
Those who would say mother wise are being to picky or perhaps just want to motivate amazing writers like this one to do better and push harder on the edges of their creative abilities.
- Hosted Games LLC
- 55.3 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- © 2016 Mike Walter
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