Sorcerer of Claymorgue Castle
DOS - 1987
Description of Sorcerer of Claymorgue Castle
One of the classic games by Scott Adams in the early '80s, Sorcerer of Claymorgue Castle is an above-average dungeon romp that sends you, a young sorcerer's apprentice, into the dreaded castle to retrieve a magical artifact.
The abundance of spell-related puzzles harks back to Infocom's classic Zork games, although the parser here is vastly inferior (it was coded on the same engine used for Adams' Fantastic Fourgame). Still, some clever puzzles and decent writing makes this a game worthy of Scott Adams' name.
Review By HOTUD
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The Boz 2022-07-26 0 point
This takes me back. Text adventures with a picture top half of the screen. I have this on a compilation and spent a good several hours as a kid, but never got that far. A game of the time. I will add, at the time I loved the fighting fantasy books by Jackson/Livingstone and in a way games like this were just an electronic version of those books.
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- Year: 1984
- Publisher: Adventure International, Adventure International (UK)
- Developer: Adventure International
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