History VideoGame / KingsQuestIQuestForTheCrown

29th May '17 8:53:45 PM nombretomado
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''King's Quest: Quest for the Crown'' (originally simply "King's Quest") is the first game in the long-running ''VideoGame/KingsQuest'' series. It was released in 1984 and had a huge impact on the world of gaming: It was the first animated computer game (the earliest ones simply had static images), it cemented {{Sierra}} as the premier maker of {{Adventure Game}}s in the '80s, and it helped popularize the adventure game genre and many of the tropes associated with it (for better or for worse).

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''King's Quest: Quest for the Crown'' (originally simply "King's Quest") is the first game in the long-running ''VideoGame/KingsQuest'' series. It was released in 1984 and had a huge impact on the world of gaming: It was the first animated computer game (the earliest ones simply had static images), it cemented {{Sierra}} {{Creator/Sierra}} as the premier maker of {{Adventure Game}}s in the '80s, and it helped popularize the adventure game genre and many of the tropes associated with it (for better or for worse).
22nd Jan '17 1:46:43 PM Mikeyfan93
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The game is best known for its FantasyKitchenSink setting, limited graphics and interface (blocky 8-bit characters and TextParser), often exasperating puzzles, random deaths and {{Unwinnable}} situations (though the fan remake has a "no unwinnable situations" mode). It has been remade with better graphics twice, once by Sierra itself, and once as a FanRemake by Creator/AGDInteractive.

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The game is best known for its FantasyKitchenSink setting, limited graphics and interface (blocky 8-bit characters and TextParser), often exasperating puzzles, random deaths and {{Unwinnable}} situations (though the fan remake has a "no unwinnable situations" mode). It has been remade with better graphics twice, once by Sierra itself, themselves, and once as a FanRemake by Creator/AGDInteractive.
14th Jan '17 8:17:56 AM Gosicrystal
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** Earlier versions of the game allow you to drop things from your inventory, ''including'' those three treasures. Whatever you drop is LostForever. Ironically, you can drop the treasures between the moment that the game checks for them to get to the endgame, and the actual endgame.

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** Earlier versions of the game allow you to drop things from your inventory, ''including'' those three treasures. Whatever you drop is LostForever.{{Permanently Missable|Content}}. Ironically, you can drop the treasures between the moment that the game checks for them to get to the endgame, and the actual endgame.
24th Oct '16 6:22:12 PM DavidDelony
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** There was even a version for the Sega Master System with a {{Creator/LucasArts}}-style menu command interface, but it had some changes deliberately put in to slap people relying on information from earlier versions.

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** There was even a version for the Sega Master System with a {{Creator/LucasArts}}-style Creator/LucasArts-style menu command interface, but it had some changes deliberately put in to slap people relying on information from earlier versions.
24th Oct '16 6:21:57 PM DavidDelony
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** There was even a version for the Sega Master System with a menu command interface, but it had some changes deliberately put in to slap people relying on information from earlier versions.

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** There was even a version for the Sega Master System with a {{Creator/LucasArts}}-style menu command interface, but it had some changes deliberately put in to slap people relying on information from earlier versions.
21st Oct '16 6:32:53 AM starofjusticev21
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** There was even a version for the Sega Master System with a menu command interface, but it had some changes deliberately put in to slap people relying on information from earlier versions.



** It does help you keep from getting caught by the witch.
21st Oct '16 6:18:46 AM starofjusticev21
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* MagicMirror: The magic Mirror, one of the Three Treasures of Daventry. It foretells that you shall win the game.

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* MagicMirror: The magic Mirror, one of the Three Treasures of Daventry. It foretells that you shall win the game.game, and then serves to magically kick off the plot of the first three even-numbered games in the series.
14th Jul '16 4:50:24 PM Nevermore2002
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** Believe it or not, the ''FanRemake'' also has an update. All the portraits were redone and some tweaks were added such as a new EasterEgg. It also added a no-dead-ends mode.

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** Believe it or not, the ''FanRemake'' also has an update. All the portraits were redone and some tweaks were added such as a new EasterEgg. It also added a an optional no-dead-ends mode.
14th Jul '16 4:50:06 PM Nevermore2002
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** Believe it or not, the ''FanRemake'' also has an update. All the portraits were redone and some tweaks were added such as a new EasterEgg.

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** Believe it or not, the ''FanRemake'' also has an update. All the portraits were redone and some tweaks were added such as a new EasterEgg. It also added a no-dead-ends mode.
14th Jul '16 8:56:09 AM Nevermore2002
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** Believe it or not, the ''FanRemake'' also has an update. All the portraits were redone and some tweaks were added such as a new EasterEgg.
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