DOS - 1987
Description of King's Quest
In 1987, Sierra On-Line, Inc. publishes King's Quest (also known as KQ1, King's Quest: Quest for the Crown, King's Quest 1), a medieval / fantasy, puzzle-solving game for the DOS system. Offering adventure genre, it is now an abandonware.
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Anonymous 2014-12-30 0 point
To save your game, change the directory to a removable media storage, such as a flash drive of a 3 1/2 inch floppy disk (if applicable).
Asker 2014-07-07 1 point
what do i say when i am about to play kq1old i type mount c C:\dosprogs which is where my games are,but what do i type after that to start it?
running in dosbox is easy... 2014-05-03 -1 point
If using Dosbox don't install the game it is ready to play. Open the directory kq1old and then run the batch file kq1old. So in dosbox go to the directory where you store your games and then...
someone 2013-03-15 0 point
Kings Quest I worked great except for one thing... I CANT SAVE.Please help, Anonymous
Me 2013-02-27 0 point
I tried to run this game using Dosbox. Seemed to install okay except it complained it was missing a few files, then gave me the "missing 'agi' file" as well when I tried to actually run it. Are we missing something here??
john lennon 2013-02-16 0 point
i downloaded the game and dfend, but still no luck. followed steps to the letter. said something about an 'agi' file thats unable to be found. please help. email@example.com
guest 2012-10-03 0 point
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