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Game category: Amiga games
One popular Amiga game featuring a barbarian protagonist is "Barbarian: The Ultimate Warrior," also known as "Death Sword" in some regions. Developed by Palace Software and released in 1987, it became widely known for its memorable box art featuring a muscular barbarian holding a sword.
In the game, players control a barbarian warrior tasked with rescuing a princess who has been captured by an evil wizard. The gameplay involves traversing through various levels, battling enemies, and ultimately facing off against the wizard himself.
"Barbarian" offered a unique combat system for its time. Players could engage in one-on-one duels with opponents, utilizing a variety of moves such as slashes, kicks, and decapitations. The game gained attention for its realistic graphics and exaggerated violence.
Apart from the main game, "Barbarian" also gained notoriety for its introductory sequence, which featured a female character wearing a revealing outfit. This led to controversy and criticism, but it also contributed to the game's popularity.
"Barbarian" received critical acclaim upon its release and became a commercial success. It was later ported to various other platforms, including the Commodore 64, Atari ST, and MS-DOS.