Time is running out for Marine and her friends. She needs to find warriors at all costs, but all she seems to stumble into is a mermaid, a werewolf, a dragon and hordes of crazy orcs... can you get her out of trouble, in one of the best episodes of the award-winning Millennium series?
User reviews: Positive (7 reviews)
Release Date: Oct 31, 2010

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“Episode 3 takes exploration further by incorporating more expansive side-scrolling environments”
89 – RPG Fan

“As the previous chapters, Millennium is a wonderful tribute to the 16-bit era, and in this is absolutely one of the best saga”
70 – The Shelter Network

About This Game


Marine and her friends are back!
Time is running out for the showdown and the Lords of Mystrock are nastier than ever - but Marine has other priorities!
She has to explore the Eastern part of the world with the hope to find new warriors! But little does she know that she is going to be sidetracked in order to help some of her friends!
What will happen next? Will Jeanne be back? Is Bokden still as elusive as ever? Play and find out!

Millennium 3 features 40 quests, 32 secret rooms, up to 11 animals kings and a whooping 20-30 hours of gameplay!


Millennium 3 is the third episode of Aldorlea's flagship series (the makers behind The Book of Legends, Moonchild, Dreamscape, 3 Stars of Destiny, Asguaard, Undefeated etc.).
Featuring an immersive story written by Indinera (as well as characters and dialogs developed by him), this game is a fantastic chapter to a series greenlighted by the Steam community that spans over 5 episodes and features more than 20 characters in total.

Key Features

  • 40+ achievements to unlock - can you get them all?
  • 4 levels of difficulty - choose your difficulty and enjoy replaying the game at its most challenging
  • Choose visible or invisible monsters - cater to the encounter style you prefer
  • Optional guiding arrows - enjoy the game without the worry of having to look up a walkthrough or guide
  • Dozens of secret rooms - for those who like to explore and discover every secret
  • 40 quests - easy request from a villager or very tricky riddle to solve, help people as you progress in your adventure
  • Battle superb monsters including 11 Animal Kings - they are the most dangerous and feared creatures out there, so beware
  • Gorgeous retro graphics and musics - Millennium features high production values in its genre, all for your enjoyment
  • RPG Fan's Indie RPG of the Year 2009

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System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz
    • Memory: 128 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
    • Hard Drive: 150 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound
Helpful customer reviews
2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
23.0 hrs on record
Posted: March 15
Millennium 3 is the 3rd installment of the 5 part Millennium series. Yes, that means you should probably start with the first one. That being said, each part is different. The main character remains the star but the story stays fresh with a blend of characters from the first two along with some new recruits. You can import your save game from 1 to 2 to 3 etc. and you get to keep your gear so that makes the series more rewarding.

The plot in M3 is quite enjoyable. The level design is nice and includes some big dungeons. So far, I found the characters in 3 the most interesting. There is also a lot of humor in the game with funny dialogue between characters. The main difference between 3 and the first 2 is that M3 uses a lot more side scrolling maps. At first, I found it a bit strange but you get used to it and it adds some visual variety and some fun jumping adventures for Marine. Otherwise, the plot is building up to the tourney at the end.

The game has a lot of achievements that are fun to get. If you are an achievement hunter, play the series on hard mode. It's not too bad (I typically do not play games on hard mode) and you'll get a lot of extra achievements for it.
If you're on the fence about this game, keep in mind that on Adorlea's official site you can play a demo of the full game that lets you play the actual game for 1 hour. I would recommend that you start with Millennium 1 however. You can play each game as a stand-alone, but it will be harder and the plot / characters won't be as meaningful.

Overall, Millennium 3 is a very fun third part of a great rpg series. Aldorlea's RPGs remind me of SNES rpgs, which I consider the golden age of RPGs. (Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy III, Earthbound, etc.) If you enjoy character driven rpgs with some humor, you can't go wrong with the Millennium series.

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6 of 10 people (60%) found this review helpful
30.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 30, 2014

not much to say. What I said in previous episodes applies to this one and the next ones :p

great and enthusiastic story :)
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13 of 16 people (81%) found this review helpful
11.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 6, 2014
Ok, this is the first time I am playing a Millennium game, so my eyes are not clouded by the knowledge of previous instalments nor of the sequels.
The story is quiet alright for a game that is part of a series with continuing story, it very quickly establishes the basics of the setting and the roles of different characters.
The overall combat system feels like slightly edited basic combat system from rpg maker (which it most likely is, though that is not bad), the beauty of it is how it's used to the maximum here. The fights in the main part of the game are more about tactics than raw statistics of your characters. Every enemy in the main part of the game has a specific weakness that you need to target to be able to do any meaningful damage and all the different negative states you are capable of inflicting feel useful as they can enable you to fight opponnets that you should not be fighting yet. The only enemies the different states don't work against well are the extra bosses specifically the animal kings bt those ae meant to be had to beat even on much highelvels.
The game uses a bit of rpg maker rtp sprites, but I don't think that is bad as frankly a lot of them are good. The overall atmosphere of the game is well made, different locales feel different and especially the underground portions make you feel like you are underground.
(this part is extremely subjective) There are some fun mechanics in the game connected to some of the characters but I will not speak of those as that could spoil the game. (this part is extremely subjective)
Overall the game is enjoyable and plays quiet well.
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19 of 28 people (68%) found this review helpful
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 31, 2014
First, I played the original non-Steam version of the game.

Now, if you want to know something about Millennium 3, you are probably familiar with previous two games. Thus I'll just write something about the differences:

The game is "darker" the previous ones. Places like dark underground mines certainly feels more atmospheric than anything in Millennium 1 or 2. I definitively loved it. More of the maps are now also made for jumping and the vertical movement, i.e. they are different from the "classical" 2 maps. And trust me, some of the jumping passages are totally crazy and highly enjoyable.
Since the time for Marine gets shorter, the story and pace feels more pressing. You get some new characters, and especially two of them are hilarious.

Other than that, the length is similar, battles are maybe a little bit harder, and you get another "batch" of quests, animal kings and secret rooms. Once again, my verdict is a sound recommended.
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13 of 22 people (59%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 31, 2014
This review is based on a previous playthrough ----

but I am in the process of replaying the entire series now that this wonderful story is unfolding here at Steam!! And with all the achievements available, it almost seems like a new experience.
The game itself continues to get better with each installment in the series, and this one features beautiful, fantastic artwork, some new mechanics, lots of side quests, and more characters that are more developed. Yes, the series just gets better and better.

The game is quite long with so much to do that it could seem a bit daunting, but I assure you it is not. The story is so well written that everything comes together beautifully, and, of course, will leave you waiting for the next installment.

There are elements that expand Marine's ongoing character development that fit perfectly into the telling of the tale, and many surprises in the story itself.

It's a gorgeous game with extremely high production value, well written by the makers of some of the very best rpgs out there of which this series is a prime and completely recommended example. At this price, you can't find better value for the money spent, and I would urge anyone to give this one a go ---- in fact, I would say to start with the first one and play them all!!

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13 of 32 people (41%) found this review helpful
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 5, 2014
Aside from some decent charater portraits, the game feels like an average RPG Maker affair. Through the time I played, battles tended to be either really easy or absurdly difficult. One particularily nasty forced encounter involved fighting multiple enemies that could remove party members with ease. There very well may be something to offer in this game, but I didn't find myself wanting to push through anymore to find out.
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