An exciting JRPG by the writer of Labyronia. As tensions grow between factions of mages, you are framed for the murder of a demigod. Solve the mystery behind his assassination or risk a war that could send the world into chaos for millenia.
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Release Date: Oct 9, 2015

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About This Game

An exciting 10 hour JRPG by the writer of Labyronia

War is brewing in the kingdom of Labyronia. The most powerful mages have found a way to ascend to the level of demigod, throwing the centuries-old balance of power into question.

As tensions are coming to a boil, Dinyon the most powerful of the new demigods, is assassinated while at prayer. His allies quickly catch and kill his assassin, but with his dying breath, the assassin fingers you as the mage responsible for the assassination plot.

Framed for murder and hunted by Dinyon's demigod disciples, you must uncover the truth behind the conspiracy in order to avoid a full fledged inter-factional war. Use magic, skill, and cunning to evade your pursuers and solve the mystery.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 98, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
    • Processor: Intel Pentium III 800 MHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Storage: 250 MB available space
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⎛⎝Desu-Chan⎠⎞
( 1.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
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versxed
( 3.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
i love rpgs part 3
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Nexiu
( 9.8 hrs on record )
Posted: June 24
Kissing scene was so dirty so I had to switch to porn when someone walked in.
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KNIFEkaramelbit
( 2.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 23
Originally, the Labyronia series had about 10 table-top RPG:s. The ideas and lore from the games have been reproduced and altered to create the PC games.

Labyronia series:

Labyronia
Labyronia 2 (a direct sequel)
Labyronia Tales: Legend of Mysteria (prologue)
Labyronia Elements (the Magnum Opus, release date TBA 2017)
Labyronia Tales: Solthan (Labyronia Elements related, TBA)
Labyronia: Nerubis (TBA)

From the unreleased games, Labyronia Elements is about 45% complete as of writing this, and pre-work with Solthan has been started. It will expand the lore concerning the elves of Nuterra (the Earth world from Labyronia Elements), and should offer another challenging adventure in the vein of Legend of Mysteria.
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HJAZisRikku
( 9.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 20
I really REALLY enjoyed this game. I bought this in a JRPG bundle and this was the best game in it.

It is surpringly hard - the little puzzles and mysteries took me a while to figure out (and sometimes it was so hard I had to have a sneaky look at one of the online guides...). But it was really nice to spend a few hours figuring out all the twist and turns. The story is really interesting and the characters are memorable.
I wasn't sure how I felt about the main character but the more time I spent with him the more I realised what an interesting character he was (and how adorably awkward he was with Triste!).

My only gripe with this game is that there aren't many battles and no level-up system or anything. It would have been nice to have that - but the story and mystery DEFINTELY makes up for it.

Highly recommend this game - really impressed with it :)
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Suo 💛 (Gone for roughly 2 weeks)
( 3.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 18
Sadly this was in the bundle.
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Sarkoth
( 11.9 hrs on record )
Posted: June 15
One of the weaker RPG maker games out there.
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Platinum Reaper
( 8.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 13
Loved it! the game was a cool mystery detective game with a nice amount of things explained!

Pros:
-Many things were explained so thats nice
-Very good story
-nice art as always
-nice fleshed out charecters

Cons;
-Can be hard at times to know what to do
-money is hard to come by aside from grinding 1 gold to get to a good amount
-travle from the tower to other locations can be a hassle

A nice take on the murder mystery.
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Istaisa
( 5.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 4
I've played several of these RPGmaker-type games, and this is one of my favourites.

Solid story, challenging puzzles and very little of the turn-based combat that you normally find in this type of game (which for me is a good thing). While some of the obstacles can be irritating and it's not always easy to find the right piece of information and where to use it, I thoroughly enjoyed this game and would definitely recommend it, especially considering how cheap it is.
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MirandaKym
( 8.8 hrs on record )
Posted: May 22
I've played many many RPGs in my day. Starting with Wizardry games on the PC when I was young and onto Final Fantasy, playing the newer ones as they came out. I was a PlayStation girl so I played the Personas, Xenogears, Grandias, Shadow Hearts - okay, listing them all would take too long and is off the topic. But I want you to know how well-versed I am in this genre. :)

Legend of Mysteria is the first RPG I've played on Steam that was obviously made using one of the generic RPGmakers and isn't a "big hit" game. I thought I'd give something different a chance. And I'm extremely glad I did.

Now, it's listed as a turn-based RPG but it's really all about an involving story where you do some serious detective work. In all the hours I played, I fought only a little over 10 battles - half of those, bosses. There is no leveling in this game whatsoever. You have to find different equipment to bolster your stats. And you play as a mage so the trick is figuring out what your enemy is weak against and then finding a staff or accessories that allow you to cast the elemental spell that will annihilate your target the quickest.

The meat of the game is interviewing everyone you can. Everyone thinks you're a murderer so you have to find the real culprit and clear your name. Of course, being that people view you as a killer, you must disguise yourself. You begin in a tower full of all different types of mages. You'll need to switch robes often to fit in with whatever group you're spying on. You also get different dialog choices here and there so think carefully before answering. Searching everywhere and everything is a must since you need those different colored robes, and reading notes and diaries on all the mages will help you find clues and point you towards those who might be willing to help you in your cause.

I would say this game is difficult. The times I had to turn to a walkthrough, I would sit there reading it thinking "who in the world would know this is what you're supposed to do?" But the story was so interesting that I had to see it to its end. What you do during the entire game affects what will happen at the very end. It's just very neat.

So in conclusion, this is not your typical RPG. It's frustrating at times and... no leveling? I'm a girl who loves to level for hours so I can swat the last boss like a bug. In this game, I actually had to strategize my fights and manage my healing potions with care. :p However, I loved Legend of Mysteria. I was never bored, the characters were interesting and detailed, and I really approved of the music selections they chose from the RPGmaker. The fact that I'm even writing this review at all says a lot because I don't really want to be doing this. I want to be playing! I just wanted you to know how much fun I had with this unique adventure. :)
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
9.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 24
Kissing scene was so dirty so I had to switch to porn when someone walked in.
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
8.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 13
Loved it! the game was a cool mystery detective game with a nice amount of things explained!

Pros:
-Many things were explained so thats nice
-Very good story
-nice art as always
-nice fleshed out charecters

Cons;
-Can be hard at times to know what to do
-money is hard to come by aside from grinding 1 gold to get to a good amount
-travle from the tower to other locations can be a hassle

A nice take on the murder mystery.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
9.6 hrs on record
Posted: June 20
I really REALLY enjoyed this game. I bought this in a JRPG bundle and this was the best game in it.

It is surpringly hard - the little puzzles and mysteries took me a while to figure out (and sometimes it was so hard I had to have a sneaky look at one of the online guides...). But it was really nice to spend a few hours figuring out all the twist and turns. The story is really interesting and the characters are memorable.
I wasn't sure how I felt about the main character but the more time I spent with him the more I realised what an interesting character he was (and how adorably awkward he was with Triste!).

My only gripe with this game is that there aren't many battles and no level-up system or anything. It would have been nice to have that - but the story and mystery DEFINTELY makes up for it.

Highly recommend this game - really impressed with it :)
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34 of 37 people (92%) found this review helpful
Recommended
8.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 22
I've played many many RPGs in my day. Starting with Wizardry games on the PC when I was young and onto Final Fantasy, playing the newer ones as they came out. I was a PlayStation girl so I played the Personas, Xenogears, Grandias, Shadow Hearts - okay, listing them all would take too long and is off the topic. But I want you to know how well-versed I am in this genre. :)

Legend of Mysteria is the first RPG I've played on Steam that was obviously made using one of the generic RPGmakers and isn't a "big hit" game. I thought I'd give something different a chance. And I'm extremely glad I did.

Now, it's listed as a turn-based RPG but it's really all about an involving story where you do some serious detective work. In all the hours I played, I fought only a little over 10 battles - half of those, bosses. There is no leveling in this game whatsoever. You have to find different equipment to bolster your stats. And you play as a mage so the trick is figuring out what your enemy is weak against and then finding a staff or accessories that allow you to cast the elemental spell that will annihilate your target the quickest.

The meat of the game is interviewing everyone you can. Everyone thinks you're a murderer so you have to find the real culprit and clear your name. Of course, being that people view you as a killer, you must disguise yourself. You begin in a tower full of all different types of mages. You'll need to switch robes often to fit in with whatever group you're spying on. You also get different dialog choices here and there so think carefully before answering. Searching everywhere and everything is a must since you need those different colored robes, and reading notes and diaries on all the mages will help you find clues and point you towards those who might be willing to help you in your cause.

I would say this game is difficult. The times I had to turn to a walkthrough, I would sit there reading it thinking "who in the world would know this is what you're supposed to do?" But the story was so interesting that I had to see it to its end. What you do during the entire game affects what will happen at the very end. It's just very neat.

So in conclusion, this is not your typical RPG. It's frustrating at times and... no leveling? I'm a girl who loves to level for hours so I can swat the last boss like a bug. In this game, I actually had to strategize my fights and manage my healing potions with care. :p However, I loved Legend of Mysteria. I was never bored, the characters were interesting and detailed, and I really approved of the music selections they chose from the RPGmaker. The fact that I'm even writing this review at all says a lot because I don't really want to be doing this. I want to be playing! I just wanted you to know how much fun I had with this unique adventure. :)
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38 of 45 people (84%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Recommended
12.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 31, 2015
A Prequel to Labyronia RPG

This game is about exploring your locations, talking to NPC's, gathering evidences, finding and using items to unlock new and previously locked rooms and area.

Pros:

• Windir's story.
• Crime investigation.
• Plot is really good.


Cons:

• Really hard puzzles & quests. (time-consuming if you don't know what you're doing.)
• No XP system.
• Annoying obstacles.
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63 of 102 people (62%) found this review helpful
18 people found this review funny
Recommended
3.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 31, 2015
Click "F5"and get in the Windowed mode :)
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29 of 43 people (67%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
7.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 10, 2015
Disclaimer: I was given a key for this game for free.

Full Review (for my original Quick First Look just scroll down):

Legend of Mysteria is a spin-off from the Labyronia RPG series and story wise a prequel. While there are a lot of familiar characters and the main area of the game is the so called Mysteria Tower, the story can be enjoyed on it's own, without any prior knowledge. However if you have played Labyronia RPG 1 and 2, Legend of Mysteria will give some nice additional insights. The main storyline, the murder of a high rank mage called Dinyon and Windir (the player character) trying to clear his name, while being accused of being the man behind the dirty deed, is a very well put together detective story that will keep you guessing until pretty late who the true culprit is.

As I have already said in my First Look, gameplay wise is where the biggest different lies between Legend of Mysteria and the original Labyronia RPG games. While all 3 titles share their RPG Maker VX Ace foundation, the later are more traditional CRPG games with a quite a heavy focus on battles. Legend of Mysteria on the other hand plays more like a classic Point & Click adventure with hardly any battles at all and even then, there is no real RPG style character progression, XP system etc. This game is about exploring your locations, talking to NPC, gathering evidence, finding and using items to unlock new and previously locked rooms and areas. At this point it needs to be noted that even though I have played a lot of adventures in my gaming career (including most LucasArts Games and even more Sierra Games), I did get stuck quite a lot. This is not due to strange tasks to be done, but rather the fact the due to the absence of a quest log, the player should really start writing (I mean really writing with pen & paper!!) down notes. Thankfully to a kind player, there is a full walkthrough in the community guides section!

In conclusion I can highly recommend this game to both fans of the series for the insight it shares to the lore of Labyronia, as well as to everbody looking for a RPG Maker game that doesn't follow the usual steps a RPG Maker game does take!

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Quick First Look:

Legend of Mysteria RPG is a spin-off from the Labyronia RPG series; actually according to the title screen it should be called "Labyronia Tales Legend of Mysteria". Hence anybody who is familiar with the main series, will feel right at home, as there many characters one would have already met and familiar locations, only at a different time and with new content. This should not scare of newcomers, since it is an independent story that doesn't require any prior knowledge.

Gameplay is where the Legend of Mysteria RPG seems to have changed the most, at least from what I have seen so far. It actually feels way more like a classic adventure game with RPG elements. In the beginning the player character, a mage called Windir, gets innocently accused of attacking and possibly murdering another Mage called Dinyon. Now it is time to find the real culprit and clear Windir's name. This all happens in traditional adventure game style, that is talking to NPCs, doing favors for them and finding ways to access new areas.
What about the battles, you might be asking by now? There are battles, but unlike in Labyronia RPG 1 + 2, it actually will take some time until you will have your first encounters. Despite appearing to be easier now, simple attack spamming still won't get you anywhere - just don't forget that Windir is a mage!

In conclusion I can easily recommend this game to fans of Labyronia RPG, because it is more Labyronia, even though it kinda feels different now. There are many characters appearing from the main series as well as well-known locations featuring additional content (new areas). However this should not turn off newcomers, as no prior knowledge is required to make sense of what is going on.

NOTE: I will update this quick first look with a full fledged review, once I have finished the game.
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22 of 32 people (69%) found this review helpful
Recommended
8.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 14, 2015
The 3rd part of the labyronia series. This time its like a prolog or Nr. 0 of the other games. It has a few changes. No leveling and only a few less battles that are tough like boss fights and you need to have prepared with "enough" items and right elements. Not a hard burden if you be prepared with many items. This game has like the other games a nice story with many traders and you need to find out the assassin of the attack of the intro and need to find many clues and to use some quests and puzzles. So you are this time like a detectiv and search for hints, hidden items, secret passages and unseen switches/ keys you need so search every corner and each item from all 4 sides, read carefully a lot of stuff (books and many more) to find the right ways. I love this game even much then the others. Sometimes you feel lost because its so hard to find the answer you need to test many items with many peopls and things to find all of it. The music is fine and the game lenght is good if you dont need to much hints from the walktrough and test many combinations yourself. This little personal master piece for me get so 9.3 of 10 points as on of the best 2 D games with a really lovely story, dont forget to play after this Labronia 1 & 2 if you didnt do it before. So take a look, preview or lets play and i hope you support the great developer with some money for his work/ time. He still try his best to make the game better if you give him something you dont like like i did 2 little points. So i hope many people enjoy the search after the TRUTH :)
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11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
Recommended
13.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 24
I wanted to complete Labyronia 1 & 2 before I review this, but now that I have I think it's about time I reviewed Legend of Mysteria.


First off I'm not a big fan of rpg games, I haven't played them a whole lot like I play racing games, or first person games. Yet, I saw the game was on sale for 51 cents, and I thought, "Why not?"

I must say I am glad I spent the $.51 on this game. I haven't had much fun playing rpg games in a long time until I tried this and the Labyronia series. The soundtrack of the game is probably one of my favorites out of most games I've played. The battles with enemies could be a bit challenging, but nonetheless the gameplay did not fail to make up for it. It was definitely difficult playing the game since it required so much I had to use use walkthroughs like guides or videos to help me out for the rest of the game. I still couldn't complain though, I enjoyed the many puzzles and clues throughout the game.

There's a lot of questions I have IF this happened before Labyronia since Windir and Triste marry each other and have a child, and in Labyronia, you find out Arres is their son. Yet the release dates of the games throw me off so I'm not sure if that speculation would be valid enough to say that Legend of Mysteria happened before Labyronia. Either way, much props to the developers of this game.

The only thing I would suggest is to fix the brightness of the game. Besides that, great game, and I'd suggest this to anyone who are willing to play rpg games and enjoy long stories.
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 28
If you like RPG then go for it....if not then dont...
cheap game with good story
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