Leather Goddesses Of Phobos
DOS - 1986
Description of Leather Goddesses Of Phobos
1986, the year Leather Goddesses Of Phobos was released on DOS, as well as Mac, Commodore 64, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari 8-bit, Atari ST and Apple II. Made by Infocom, Inc. and published by Infocom, Inc., this adventure game is available for free on this page.
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MR MPTH 2021-08-17 0 point
For me, this game gets as far as the pre-title screen filled with text on how to play the game with the last piece of text telling me to press any key. Then it crashes to the desk stop.
PhilZeBest 2020-09-06 -1 point DOS version
This marvellous game has been one of the greatest pleasures (the ones you can have while not being undressed) of my youth. I'll never thank Steve Meretzky enough. Best regards!
PhobosscWbarcaroles-S:nitwit 2020-05-30 0 point DOS version
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DorrisC 2019-12-10 1 point
Delighted to have found the game again! Remembering how much fun I had the first time I played it.
krashd 2016-09-08 2 points Amiga version
Lol, in 1986 we had 4 TV channels and the 4th was only 5 years old!:D Cable or Satellite was a necessity in the UK if you weren't capable of amusing yourself.
Bittoe 2016-06-08 2 points
Back in the day... When we had to actually think and use our imagination, back when there were only 10 tv channels, this was one of the best puzzle games ever.
I solved it, so did many of my friends.
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