The Bard’s Tale free today on Amazon Appstore
If you’re haven’t had the chance to play it or have never heard of it, the game is an action RPG starring Cary Elwes as “The Bard” that packs absurd humor, catchy drinking songs and adventure, of course.
Originally released on Playstation 2 and Xbox in 2004, the game was re-released to Steam in 2009, hit iOS in 2011 and finally Android in 2012.
With 20 to 30 hours of adventure time, The Bard’s Tale has 50 enemy types and that’s not including bosses, a vast world towns, wild forests, rivers, castles, towers, secret dungeons, snowy mountains, caverns, haunted tombs and more, over a dozen special boss enemies, 16 magical characters to discover and summon at will to aid you, and much more.
The also includes the original classic The Bard’s Tale trilogy with The Bard’s Tale 1: Tales of the Unknown, The Bard’s Tale 2: The Destiny Knight, and The Bard’s Tale 3: Thief of Fate.
For newer smartphones and tablets, there should be no problems running the game but please note, that additional assets downloaded after install require at least 1.7GB of free space.
With all of the hours of gameplay and selling for $1.99 over on Google Play and normally $2.99 on the Amazon Appstore, this game is a great deal today.
Head over to the Amazon Appstore to download. If you need to install the Appstore on your Android device, head to this page, and be sure to comment below if you run into any trouble. We’re here to help!
Source: Amazon Appstore
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