The Adventures of Robin Hood (video game)

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The Adventures of Robin Hood
The Adventures of Robin Hood cover.jpg
Cover art
Developer(s) Firstlight
Publisher(s) Millennium Interactive
Composer(s) Richard Joseph
Platform(s) MS-DOS, Atari ST, Amiga
Release 1991
Genre(s) RPG, Adventure
Mode(s) Single-player

The Adventures of Robin Hood is a video game released in the autumn of 1991 by Millennium Interactive.

Plot summary

The protagonist, Robin of Loxley, is robbed of his castle by the Sheriff of Nottingham and has to get it back with the help of Maid Marian, Little John, Will Scarlet and Friar Tuck.


The gameplay can be described as an action RPG. The player controls Robin as he robs from the rich to give to the poor, adventures through Sherwood Forest, defeats the sheriff's henchmen, gathers special objects and saves peasants. Heroic acts increase Robin's popularity among NPCs. Archery plays an important role in gameplay.

The isometric interface developed for The Adventures of Robin Hood by Millennium Interactive is similar to the interface used in Populous. Robin Hood's interface was later used for Rome: Pathway to Power.


Reviewer Gary Whitta gave the PC version 820 out of a possible 1000 points, praising the graphics, controls and sense of involvement.[citation needed]


  • Upchurch, David (July 1991). The new Millennium (sic). ACE, p. 60.
  • Whitta, Gary (October 1991). Robin Hood (review of PC version). ACE, p. 64–65.
  • Review of Adventures of Robin Hood by Methat, server Revival of DOS Games, 22.12.2008

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