Here you have a graphic adventure of the most classic style (even for its time). It's a point and click game with hand-drawn 2D animations where you play the part of Thrall in events before Warcraft III, which returned to real-time strategy in the line of its predecessors. The control system takes a lot from other LucasArts adventures like Sam & Max and The Curse of Monkey Island, where it abandoned its verb system to offer a more intuitive handling where possible actions are shown in a small window over the elements themselves that allowed for interaction.
Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans is a fantastic graphic adventure. While the leaked version isn't the final one, the game is practically complete, even including professional dubbing and high-quality cinematic scenes. It's a shame that in the world of video games, the technology used takes precedence over the essential quality when it comes to publishing products.