A downloadable game for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux

For the purposes of better illustrating the game mechanics and lore in Wizard of Legend, we've created a game... about the game just for the Kickstarter Campaign! The game doesn't represent the final product, but will introduce you to the world of Wizard of Legend in a fun and interactive way.

This demo takes place after the timeline of Wizard of Legend and is shown from a more modern perspective where the events of the game are now studied as an important part of history. In the Museum of Lanova's Chaos Trials exhibit, you can experience a few of the spells and challenges that will be present in Wizard of Legend.

Disclaimer: Though this demo features the gameplay and combat mechanics of Wizard of Legend, it is a completely separate experience from the game. This demo was created from a work in progress and everything is subject to change. That being said, have fun!

More information

Published164 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, Mac OS X, Linux
Rating
(4)
Authorcontingent99
GenreAction
TagsDungeon Crawler, Pixel Art, Retro, Roguelike
Average durationA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse, XBox 360 controllers
Player countSingleplayer

Install instructions

The demo requires 32MB download to download and 235MB of free space to extract.

Download

Download
Wizard of Legend Kickstarter Demo - Windows (27 MB)
Download
Wizard of Legend Kickstarter Demo - Linux (40 MB)
Download
Wizard of Legend Kickstarter Demo - Mac (30 MB)

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Outstanding demo. I've followed this game through it's development and highly recommend it.



How I run the Linux version?

There should be a README included with the Linux version, but here are the instructions:

1. Unzip into a folder of your choice

2. Add run permissions to file:

chmod +x MuseumOfLegend.x86

chmod +x MuseumOfLegend.x86_64 (if on a 64 bit machine)

3. Start the game by running:

./MuseumOfLegend.x86

./MuseumOfLegend.x86_64 (if on a 64 bit machine)

4. Here is a pastebin of dependencies based on the output of ldd:

http://pastebin.com/zFAkhp3G

Nice! Worked!