Ready your weapons and answer the call of the gods to save the universe from evil!
The Viking brothers, Evarand and Boromir, have barely recuperated from their last heroic adventure when Odin beckons. The dark god Loki is trying to tear the universe apart and rebuild it in his warped image, and the gods of Asgard need the Vikings to lead the charge in defense of all that is pure and good.
The epic tale sees the Viking Brothers join the god Heimdall to solve the mystery of Loki's plan. From the icy realm of Niflheim to the red-hot depths of Helheim, Evarand and Boromir will face dark dwarfs, fire giants, a cruel witch and more. Surprises abound as the brothers follow Heimdall's lantern, which points the way.
The gameplay complements the beautifully told story by giving players a rich and rewarding experience with broad appeal. Fans of arcade games will enjoy racing against the clock to remove obstacles from each map and defeat enemies. People who enjoy a strategic experience will relish the opportunity to earn achievements for managing their time and resources well. And players who want to enjoy the addictive fun and vibrant visuals without worrying about the timer will appreciate the inclusion of a casual mode.
Packed with thrilling challenges and offering a wealth of special features – including a bonus chapter with its own engaging story – Viking Brothers 3 is an instant classic!
• Dozens of thrilling levels
• Casual mode for a relaxed experience
• Bonus chapter and downloadable art and music
• Detailed walkthrough of each level
• Step-by-step tutorial
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Can't Finish Game?
I've played every level, and every tavern, and received every "Achievement" but I still can't unlock the bonus chapter. It keeps saying I need to complete the main game first. I feel a little ripped off, since I paid extra for the Collector's Edition version, too. Love these games, but this glitch is not fair!
Why Is This Game More Expensive?
Because it has a lot more content than the other games of this same ilk from this same company. It has the multi-difficulty options for each level, of course, but it also has an entire bonus section with its own internal bonus mini-game.
These kinds of games are a nice little distraction for my brain while I listen to podcasts or music, and this one, even though it's more expensive than the other ones in the series, will keep you entertained for weeks.
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