The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring is a 2002 action-adventure game developed based on the first volume of J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings. Pocket Studios developed the game for Game Boy Advance, The Whole Experience developed the game for Xbox, while Surreal Software developed the PlayStation 2 and PC version. Despite being released around the same time as Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings film trilogy, the game is based on Tolkien’s book rather than Jackson’s film version of The Fellowship of the Ring. The three playable characters in the game are Frodo, Aragorn, and Gandalf; each with their own weapons (which vary throughout the game). Frodo uses 3 melee weapons at different stages in the game: a walking stick at the start of the game, a dagger (from the Barrow Downs) after defeating an Old Barrow-wight, and the short sword Sting, which is given to him by Bilbo. Frodo can also pick up stones and throw them in a ranged attack, as well as utilizing the Ring to give him invisibility. Aragorn uses a broadsword, Andúril, and a bow. Gandalf uses his sword Glamdring and his array of magical spells: Fiery Blast, Staff Strike, Chain Lightning, Heal, and Attract.
There are meters in the game found on the top right and left corners of the screen. For Frodo, the meter at the top left represents health and the top right represents purity. When Frodo wears the One Ring his purity is depleted. Wear it for too long, and a Black Rider will find Frodo. Aragorn only has a health meter. Gandalf has a health meter and a spirit meter in place of a purity meter, which is depleted when casting spells. It is replenished by drinking Miruvor.
System= Pentium IV CPU 1.8 GHz
RAM= 512 MB
Size= 254.5 MB
Video Memeory= 64 MB
OS= Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 and Windows 8
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