Weekend Fun Last Scenario Game

Martin Brinkmann
May 25, 2007
Updated • Jun 19, 2013

If you are looking for a great role playing game for the weekend you should definitely take a look at the excellent Last Scenario game. It reminds me a lot of those old SNES and Sega Genesis role playing games that were so much fun to play back then.

Last Scenario puts you in charge of a self proclaimed town protector named Hilbert who is nothing more than a boy at the beginning of the game. Hilbert is destined to become the savior of the world. If this sounds a little bit too cliche for your taste you should wait and see how the story unfolds.

Visuals of Last Scenario are excellent as is the game play. You move around freely most of the time just like in the old Zelda games. Random encounters appear if you are not in town and the fights are turn based. It is basically your choice of action (attack, spells, defend, items, run) and then the enemies.

You do get some comrades over the course of the game which means that you have more options in combat. The game is not that tricky at the beginning until you meet the first big enemy in the caves. Make sure you are at least level 5 before you face the boss as you may face defeat otherwise.

Controls are the following: Space continues the dialog, X opens and closes the menu, and B selects an menu entry. You do move around with the cursor keys. Alt + Enter switches to full screen and F1 opens a few menu options. Great game, have to go back to playing it.

Update: The game is till available for free and runs fine on all recent versions of the Windows operating system. If you like it a lot, check out the large list of games that the developers make available on their site. You will find additional roleplaying games there that you can play.


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  1. Anonymous said on August 10, 2009 at 6:33 pm

    I play 14 minutes speech time at the castle, and then I passed the part can not find where to go, please help I do not have English !!!!!!!!( Sorry for the bad)

  2. zook said on December 18, 2008 at 7:54 am

    since i’ve heard that the link for somethingawful.com isn’t working, try this one http://www.sinisterdesign.net

  3. Lars said on March 28, 2008 at 8:38 am

    The link given, at somethingawful.com, leads to a thread that is “archived” and the archives are closed indefinitely. Any other place to download this game?

  4. belinski said on January 5, 2008 at 12:37 pm

    i agree, the game is so smooth and the story so well constructed, it’s very appealing and fun to play, it’s never boring, you just go through and the story keeps on surprising from time to time with simple but well rendered and positioned ideas…this game a little gem.

  5. pilch said on June 7, 2007 at 12:48 am

    wow, this game is really amazing

    please please PLEASE do yourself a favour and download this, if you like RPG’s there is no way this could possibly disappoint you

    Origami, you’ll probably never read this but on the offchance, I’m truly impressed you made this in just 1 year, it really feels polished. The plot is still gripping (I’m mid 40’s atm) and I only wish there were more hours in the day so I could play longer! My hat comes off to you, remarkable work

  6. gnome said on May 25, 2007 at 4:44 pm

    Know that it’s a vicious time sink too. Top game really… could have been commercial methinks.

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