DOS - 1996
Also available on: Windows
Description of Fable
In 1996, Sir-tech Software, Inc., Telstar Electronic Studios Ltd. publishes Fable on DOS. Also published on Windows, this adventure game is abandonware and is set in a fantasy, graphic adventure and puzzle elements themes.
Comments and reviews
Joker 2023-01-13 0 point DOS version
I wanna thank my dog ... I wanna thank my cat... I wanna thank my jellyfish...
Did I say dog?...
(producer) YEA YOU SAID DOG -_-
DON'T CALL ME JACK ಠ_ಠ
Jacko then? ¯\_ʘ‿ʘ_/¯
Crossman 2023-01-11 0 point
It's best to download the ISO version of the game since it's the only one that has sound and is complete. The 20 meg version looks like an incomplete demo with no sound. Both versions still kicks you out of the game occasionally so save often. Both in the game save and in your emulator save.
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- Year: 1996
- Publisher: Sir-tech Software, Inc., Telstar Electronic Studios Ltd.
- Developer: Simbiosis Interactive
Fable is a decent point-and-click adventure from Telstar that unfortunately got very little notice due to lack of fanfare, limited distribution, and the general slump in adventure game genre.
The plot is typical fantasy mumbo-jumbo: you control Quickthorpe, who is tasked with finding the four fabled jewels to restore his land to former peace. Gordon Aplin echos up my feelings about the game in his review at the Quandary: "
Overall, I thought that Fable had a lot of potential that was not quite fulfilled. The dialogue and the ending were, for me, disappointing, as was the lack of any real depth to the story. On the other hand, I still enjoyed the adventuring components, but then, I do like this style of graphic adventure. Experienced players may find it to be a bit too easy, but it's certainly entertaining enough to provide light relief between tougher games and offers a reasonable challenge to players new to the genre. I'd like to recommend it as suitable for all the family, but just remember that it does contain some rather immature and uninspired dialogue."
Review By HOTUD
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