Millennium - A New Hope
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  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.6 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
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Millennium - A New Hope 

Restore the balance between social classes in Millennium - A New Hope, a fantasy-driven adventure with classic RPG gameplay.

The world of Mystrock is divided by a class system that separates the noble upper class from the poor commoners. Elections are coming up and one young heroine has taken it upon herself to challenge the establishment and overthrow the current government to help her poverty-stricken town. Marine is her name, but to find success, she will have to travel the kingdom and locate 13 warriors to challenge the ruling party.

Join Marine on this ambitious quest to help her people and change Mystrock forever. Search high and low for the warriors as you befriend others who are willing to join you on this cause. Take on strange monsters and evildoers in fun turn-based battles; Upgrade party members with new skills and spells: Embark on entertaining side quests. This is the beginning of an epic story that is sure to please.

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Millennium - A New Hope and begin the journey today!

  • Join an ambitious quest that will change a world forever in this magnificent RPG.
  • Help the young heroine Marine challenge the ruling class to restore equality.
  • Befriend new characters and take part in exciting turn-based battles.
  • Upgrade party members with new skills and enjoy entertaining side quests.
  • Refer to the Strategy Guide for tips, tricks, and insider secrets.
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Reviews of Millennium - A New Hope
 | Added on: September 24, 2011
 
After trying the 1 hr trial, the story can be funnyat times, ive enjoyed so much of it that itll make you want more. in a way, this gamereminds me of zilda off the nes, but more updated and a girish style, but all in all, this rpg is fit for anyone who enjoys a good story. and just for the record, the music can get annoying at times, but that doesnt mean ill lower my 5 star rating.
 | Added on: October 5, 2011
 
If you are RPG fan you should try this game. Good story, lots of quests and secret rooms - it takes a few playthroughs to experience everything Millennium has to offer. Plus, the fights are quite challenging and tactical on higher difficulties.
 | Added on: September 23, 2011
 
There is just nothing more I can say. I could not even play 2 minutes before I had to shut it off.
 | Added on: September 28, 2011
 
The graphics are ANCIENT! It looks like it was made for the first cell phone. I never got past Grandpa's house, because I became motion sick from the scrolling screen. The main character was "trained" to move faster, but she only moved faster when running from an "enemy wasp". The story line was okay, but it's like I said, I never got past Grandpa's house. I would not recommend this game.
 | Added on: September 20, 2011
 
Millennium is a game revolving around a young girl whose family has been "decimated" leaving her on her own. And she realizes she has to do something if she does not want all her friends to have no future. This is a very unusual plot which is very well explained. The artworks are nothing short of gorgeous and the settings are well developed. The gameplay is typical of this genre of the game, which is addictive if you are a fan; expect plenty of quests. For $6.99 it has a great value, with potentially hours of entertainement.
 | Added on: May 18, 2013
 
I love all of these rpg old game style games from Aldorlea. Was so sad to get to the end and not see the other episodes on gamehouse. There are various levels of difficulty which can be fun to revisit the game on another level. Hope to see more like this.
 | Added on: August 8, 2012
 
Although, I normally like RPG games, and other games by Aldorlea, like Dreamscape, this game is just very redundant. The more complicated enemies never seem to die after 20 minutes of continuously trying to kill them before they knock out your team, there is way to much clicking involved with the dialogue being about 20 times longer than it needs to be to the point that it isn't interesting anymore, and you start to get bored clicking through all the dialogue after 5 minutes when it doesn't stop. There is an extreme amount of clicking with every orb you get - instead of being able to run through them, you have to click 2-3 times to get through the dialogue. Every quest completed has to tell you how important the characters are to the story, and how many quests each has completed, which again is redundant, annoying, and really very pointless. It gets annoying having to run around the same map and having to fight the same enemies over and over and over again, just because the "person escaped" or was "toying with you" The spontaneous fights start tiring you out after awhile, and without the guide, it's hard for anyone to get around this game unless you're an excellent, phenomenal, top of the line gamer. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!
 | Added on: September 30, 2011
 
Graphics is cute, it's 2-DC classic so it's not stunning or anything like that. Somewhat ok music, though I often tone it down a little. Plenty of quests and secrets, though it requires constantly look at the walkthrough in order to not miss anything. Many of them cannot be obtained once missed, I had to restart the game once. I used the Gamehouse walkthrough, but have to copy it to another pdf file since the stupid log in won't let me stay on both game and walkthrough. Interesting storyline, it's kinda silly at first though. The game is the first episode of a series, I believe it's currently at fourth episode now, wonder when all of them will be available on Gamehouse. That will be totally awesome ^-^. Great amount of of play time even for just one episode. It took me around a week to finish the game (straightly only 24 hours for completing all secrets on normal mode and getting to lvl40). It can be longer on hard mode. It's highly recommended for RPG-lovers.
 | Added on: November 7, 2011
 
This game is in the old RPG style, but with a twist - you get a little helper character. There are also a lot of secret rooms and you have the option of selecting whether or not you want to see monsters roaming around on the regular, but not the world, map. I played this game through first on normal, and actually, there was some difficulty. I fought every monster I saw up until the mountain pass section, and those monsters were still way above my level. I also had difficulty trying to get to the town in the swamp - the monsters on the final bridge were overwhelming, so I had to spend quite a lot of time wandering around the swamp trying to get to a level high enough to beat them. It's a good game, however, I wish they would release these games all at once and not in episodes! That is definately irritating, not to mention you can lose interest or forget the storyline while waiting for them to create the next section. It was original too, I have played plenty of RPG's, but this one still had new aspects in the gameplay that I have never encountered before. My only complaint is, that in the beginning section of the story, and even after that, the dialogue is EXTREMELY cheesy. I cringed in some parts - it is like it was specifically written for players under the age of 10 - very naive and simple. Maybe very young children were their target, but honestly, I think that is a mistake, it is the older players who experienced RPG's back in the days of the original Nintendo platform that would be interested in this kind of game and like it best. A little more sophistication, please! The younger generation, for the most part, are not going to like the old-fashioned aspects of this game; you should target an older audience!
 | Added on: September 29, 2011
 
Millennium is a very good game if you like the genre. Not everybody is a fan of RPG (think Aveyond etc.) but if you are into this type of game you will have a blast with this one - it has good graphics and a lot of replay value (count close to 40 quests total), plus Marine is an absolute cutie!
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