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Quest of Persia is a Persian action-adventure video game series. The first Game of the series “The End of Innocence” has been released in September 2005. "Lotfali Khan Zand" has been released in May 2008.

Title Developer Platforms First Released
Quest of Persia: The End of Innocence Puya Arts Windows September 25, 2005
Quest of Persia: Lotfali Khan Zand Puya Arts Windows May 5, 2008
Quest of Persia: Nader's Blade Puya Arts Windows July 20, 2009

Quest of Persia: The End of Innocence

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Quest of Persia: The End of Innocence is the first game of the series which was released in September 2005. It was developed and published by Persian studio Puya Arts.

The Story begins with Iraq attacking Iran from the air, sea and land. Arashk who is an engineer working in Petrochemical plant, gets caught in the attacks, and has to escape the factory while it's burning into ashes. He meets Leyla an archeologist who is working in the desert. She is trying to find out the secrets of Ancient Persian Sites.

Together they have to fight the Iraqi Invasion army, while trying to solve the mystery of Ancient Sites. Arashk and Leyla find a manuscript which provides them with information about secrets of Ancient Persian Sites.

It gives them a clue about the famous battle of Agha Mohammad Khan Ghajar and Lotfali Khan Zand.

QoP: The End of Innocence two years after its release has become "The Best Iranian Game Of The Year" at the WCG (World Cyber Games) 2007's Iranian national final.[1]

QoP: The End of Innocence is a combination first-person shooter and driving game. It has been described as "Quake II dropped on its head in a desert" by PC Zone UK.[2]


Quest of Persia: Lotfali Khan Zand

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Quest of Persia: Lotfali Khan Zand is the second installment of the "Quest of Persia" game series. The game released in May 5, 2008. It's a third person sword fighting game, which tells the story of the last swordsman of the east, Lotfali Khan Zand, the brave king of Persia, 200 years ago. The Game world reflects the splendor of Persian culture at that time.

The story happens in 17th century when the Agha Mohammad Khan Ghajar controls the north and central part of Iran. After Lotfali Khan Zand has been betrayed by his minister Ebrahim Kalantar and loses his capital Shiraz, he decides to take the fortress close to the capitol called Zarghan and make it his command center. Little that he knew Ebrahim Kalantar, and Agha Mohammad Khan Ghajar prepared a huge assault on Zarghan. He escapes to Kerman, where the second part of the game takes place...

The Gameplay features various third person sword-fighting, mechanical puzzles, and command attacks.

QoP: Lotfali Khan Zand has become "The Best Persian Game Of The Year" at the second digital media festival.[3]



Quest of Persia: Nader's Blade

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Quest of Persia: Nader's Blade is the third installment of the "Quest of Persia" game series. The game released in July 20, 2009. It's a third person sword fighting game, which tells the story of the great king of Persia, Nader Shah. The game references historical characters of that era.

The gameplay features an advanced third person sword-fighting with different playable characters, various combos, counter attacks, and kill moves.

Awards

QoP: Nader's Blade has become "The Best Persian Game Of The Year" at the third digital media festival.[4]

See also

References

  1. WCG IRAN
  2. Quest of Persia - Press
  3. QoP Site
  4. QoP Site

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