The Commodore 64 conversion of Defender of the Crown is a celebrated retro gaming classic. Apart from loading times, there’s little to fault about it.
Considering that the game has effectively been converted from the 16-bit Amiga original, down to the 8-bit Commodore 64, it must rank as one of the best conversions of all time.
Part Risk; part Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Defender of the Crown is where castles, strategy and cinematics meet – 8-bit retro style.
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