The Hobbit Crack/Patch

The Hobbit Set in the mythical world of Middle-earth, The Hobbit is an action adventure game in which the player assumes the role of Bilbo Baggins. Control Bilbo from his peaceful Hobbit hole in Hobbiton into the dark and harrowing Mirkwood forest and finally to the Lonely Mountain, in which lies Smaug the dragon. Sent on a journey by Gandalf the wizard along with Thorin the dwarf and his stout and sturdy cohorts, Bilbo will acquire items, knowledge, and in the case of a Hobbit, courage to help him complete the quest as he comes face to face with elves, trolls, orcs, spiders, wolves, and more. [Sierra]

Download The Hobbit Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 64 / 100
User rating
Downloads 827
Genre Action Adventure, Fantasy, General
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Sierra Entertainment / Inevitable Entertainment

The Hobbit reviews ( 3 )

Helmore, Apr 5, 2012

An all around fun game with great music. Sneaking, action, puzzles the game has it all. Graphics aren't amazing but the art style is great, the gameplay is fun and refreshing. A must have in my books.

pRedAcToR, Aug 17, 2011

The Hobbit - This game, from which you can get a lot of positive emotions and good mood.It is not necessary to evaluate these games, with "large" projects.A good, sweet story with beautiful music and funny characters.Can easily keep you busy for a few nights.

CoreOfDeath, Mar 10, 2012

This was my first computer game(literally the first one i ever played) and i still remember it as one of the best.This game is no longer for me but at the time it felt perfect( i was about 10 years old).Not too frustrating,colorful and sticks with the story of the book.The gameplay mechanics are not the best but it's still playable and not too annoying,The only crappy part i remember were the jumping puzzles,hack and slash games aren't freakin meant for that,especially old ones.It's hard to replay it at my age(19) cuz i have been spoilt by pretty graphics and good game mechanics but as this review is from memory i can say that the younger ones will love this.