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Posted at 12:51 on May 4th, 2019 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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You'd think the underlying book would lend itself perfectly for adaption into a text adventure. After all, what were most of these about at the time? Right, collecting a number of treasure items hidden somewhere in the scenery, often behind dangerous spots. Temple of Terror, both book and computer game, sends you on a mission to find five dragon artefacts hidden in the desert city of Vatos. A perfect match if there ever was one.


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Posted at 20:01 on April 26th, 2019 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Pencils sharpened and dice ready (or should I say: dice throwing app launched?). Our journey leads us to the Temple of Terror. Let's hope it's not all in the name. A lonesome adventurer just happens to be a the Stonebridge court at the wrong time and learns that all of Allansia is threatened by the dark proceedings of the evil Malbordus. Travelling to the Temple of Terror, he is supposed to take the dragon artefacts hidden there to safety, because they would enable the dark elf to conjure a dragon which would take him to an army in the Forest of Doom, ready to bring death and despair over the land.


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