Quest of Persia: Lotfali Khan Zand

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Quest of Persia: Lotfali Khan Zand
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
QoP Dev Team
Pardis Games
Action, Adventure
Number of
Discs
1
DVD
Microsoft Windows
Retail Features
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Technical Information
C4 Engine
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
May 52008
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Quest of Persia: Lotfali Khan Zand (Template:Lang-fa) is a third-person sword-fighting video game. The game released in May 2008.QoP: Lotfali Khan Zand is 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.[1]

Plot[edit | edit source]

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.[2]

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

The Major part of the game is Third Person sword-fighting with various moves and weapons. Additionally the game features other gameplays such as mechanical puzzles, and command attacks. The game has 22 levels and can be completed in five hours.[3]

Reception[edit | edit source]

Quest of Persia: Lotfali Khan Zand won the golden trophy for best Persian game of the year from the second digital media festival.[4]

MEGamers (The Voice of Gaming in the Middle East) and Persian game website Game PF-I previewed Quest of Persia: Lotfali Khan Zand.[5][6]

N4G reviewed the game, awarding 6.5/10 score.[7] The Persian Game website Sims47 reviewed the game and gave a 13/20 score.[8] Persian website GamersLand called Quest of Persia the best Iranian game ever built, but rated it 4.6 / 10.[9]

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