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Friday, November 25, 2005
Lost Labyrinth is a freeware RPG that uses a round-based combat system, meaning that your character will trade blows with enemies until one combatant loses all remaining life points. Attacks are initiated by pressing the corresponding arrow key that points to your opponent's direction.

There are plenty of skills that you can choose from the character generation menu. Strangely, experience points are not rewarded for monster kills. Your stats can only be improved by descending levels.

Items are scattered around the dungeon which can be picked up and equipped. Treasure chests can be opened to reveal gold coins or rare objects, but be on the lookout for traps. Health and mana can be restored by either using special items or standing on pentagrams found somewhere in each level.

Name: Lost Labyrinth
Developer: Markus Doebele
Category: RPG
Type: Freeware
Size: 3MB