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Defender of the Crown

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Publisher
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Released
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10/08/2002
EU
10/29/2004

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Reader Reviews

Defender of the Crown review

Reviewed December 08, 2004

sonicthedgehog says: "Huzzah! An excellent Cinemaware medieval strategy game (based off an old Amiga game) for the Game Boy Advance. Defender of the Crown has had a long history in the gaming world, and it all started on the Commodore Amiga. Soon, it spread to many platforms (including the Commodore 64, Atari ST, Nintendo Entertainment System, DOS PC, and many more). Defender of the Crown has many mini-games along with a classic turn-based strategy game engine (Which seems to based off the board game "Risk"). Through..."
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