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Posted at 18:21 on June 4th, 2012 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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As with many adventure game players, I loved this game. I was first introduced to adventure games by playing Penguin Software's Crimson Crown. It had very basic line drawn graphics and no animation. But I quickly became addicted and couldn't wait to play other adventure games of this type. I then came across King's Quest and played it on my old IBM computer with a RGB color monitor. I was 11 years old and absolutely loved it. I rushed out to get all the other Sierra adventure games I could find. Through the years, I still love this game. When further King's Quest games came out that supported the Roland MT-32, I saved up the $530.00 to buy it. Only working part time and making $3.75/hour, that took a long time! But it was worth hearing the amazing musical orchestra coming out of the PC's speakers. I still own the MT-32t today and use it to play the music for those old classics.


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Posted at 15:12 on July 30th, 2008 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Wow the first king`s quest, maaaan 1984 was a great year !
Posted at 12:00 on June 2nd, 2006 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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The once proud kingdom of Daventry is in ruins. The queen is dead, leaving the old king without a heir. The kingdom is missing its three most important items: a magic mirror, which predicts the future, a magic shield, which defends the kingdom from its enemies, and a treasure chest that is always full. Sir Graham, the bravest knight in the kingdom was charged by the king to find these items, in exchange for the for the crown. Over the course of the game, Sir Graham will fight an evil witch, a dwarf, wizard, ogre, and many more fairy-tale beings, in order to recover the three magic items and save the kingdom. If you haven't already guessed it, Sir Graham is your character.


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Posted at 13:00 on October 31st, 2002 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Sierra sind die Besten!!!!! Ich habe zwar noch nie im Leben ein Computerspiel ernsthaft gespielt, aber ich weiß es!!!! Heul...
Posted at 12:00 on October 31st, 2002 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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You are Sir Graham, noble knight in some medieval kingdom at the court of the old King Whatever. The king apparantely has some magical powers, because he can control when he wants to die! And he has decided to walk over the Styx once he has finally gotten his collection of stereotype king-stuff (magical mirrors, unlimited treasure chests and such) complete. Lil' King is too busy sitting on his throne gazing at the walls to find the last three missing pieces himself, so he gives the job to one of the guys who always hang around in the castle grinning and saying 'yes, my lord': Sir Graham. In return, Graham is promised to inherit the crown.


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