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Post by Dan @ 03:51pm 05/05/14 | 3 Comments
Joining Blackthorne and Rock n' Roll Racing, The Lost Vikings is the latest SNES era title to be released for free over on Battle.net.

The adventure platformer was developed in the 90s by Blizzard under its original studio name Silicon & Synapse, and can now be played on Windows PC, served up as a DRM-free zip file. Thanks Blizzard, Lost Vikings II next please.












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dranged
Posted 04:41pm 05/5/14
Nice.
Mosfx
Posted 05:12pm 05/5/14
Never played it, I wonder if they will ever do Warcraft
Jboy
Posted 10:58pm 05/5/14
Played this soooo much when I was a kid and I still love it even today. Awesome game, hope they'll release the first 2 Warcraft games too.
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