History YMMV / Swordquest

9th Apr '16 4:38:29 PM foxmccloud4387
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* TearJerker: An ambitious gaming project that was embraced by so many gamers back in the day would find itself one of the most unfortunate victims of the gaming crash of 1983. To this day, nobody has taken the initiative to restart the quest.
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* TearJerker: An ambitious gaming project that was embraced by so many gamers back in the day would find itself one of the most unfortunate victims of the gaming crash of 1983. To this day, nobody has taken the initiative to restart the quest.
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quest. Even WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd lamented the fate of this project in his review of it, rather than lampoon it as he usually does.
4th Jan '16 5:15:28 PM MarkLungo
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* FauxSymbolism: ''Earthworld''[='=]s rooms are based on the WesternZodiac; ''Fireworld''[='=]s on the {{Kabbalah}} Tree of Life; ''Waterworld''[='=]s on the Chakra points; and ''Airworld'' would have been based on the I Ching. And then there are the four elements, with each game set in a 'world' of one of the elements. But it doesn't mean anything.

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* FauxSymbolism: ''Earthworld''[='=]s rooms are based on the WesternZodiac; ''Fireworld''[='=]s on the {{Kabbalah}} UsefulNotes/{{Kabbalah}} Tree of Life; ''Waterworld''[='=]s on the Chakra points; and ''Airworld'' would have been based on the I Ching. And then there are the four elements, with each game set in a 'world' of one of the elements. But it doesn't mean anything.



* TearJerker: An ambitious gaming project that was embraced by so many gamers back in the day would find itself one of the most unfortunate victims of the gaming crash of 1983. To this day, nobody has taken the initiative to restart the quest.

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* TearJerker: An ambitious gaming project that was embraced by so many gamers back in the day would find itself one of the most unfortunate victims of the gaming crash of 1983. To this day, nobody has taken the initiative to restart the quest.quest.
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20th Sep '15 8:37:18 AM rjd1922
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* HilariousInHindsight: The fact that Airworld is completely missing from a set that has Earth, Fire and Water brings to mind the driving plot of [[AvatarTheLastAirbender a certain series....]]

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* HilariousInHindsight: The fact that Airworld is completely missing from a set that has Earth, Fire and Water brings to mind the driving plot of [[AvatarTheLastAirbender [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender a certain series....]]
13th Oct '14 5:07:35 AM RyRodrigo
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* HilariousInHindsight: The fact that Airworld is completely missing from a set that has Earth, Fire and Water brings to mind the driving plot of [[AvatarTheLastAirbender a certain series....]]
13th Oct '14 5:04:48 AM RyRodrigo
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* FauxSymbolism: ''Earthworld''[='=]s rooms are based on the WesternZodiac; ''Fireworld''[='=]s on the {{Kabbalah}} Tree of Life; ''Waterworld''[='=]s on the Chakra points; and ''Airworld'' would have been based on the I Ching. And then there are the four elements, with each game set in a 'world' of one of the elements. But it doesn't mean anything.

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* FauxSymbolism: ''Earthworld''[='=]s rooms are based on the WesternZodiac; ''Fireworld''[='=]s on the {{Kabbalah}} Tree of Life; ''Waterworld''[='=]s on the Chakra points; and ''Airworld'' would have been based on the I Ching. And then there are the four elements, with each game set in a 'world' of one of the elements. But it doesn't mean anything.anything.
* TearJerker: An ambitious gaming project that was embraced by so many gamers back in the day would find itself one of the most unfortunate victims of the gaming crash of 1983. To this day, nobody has taken the initiative to restart the quest.
24th May '12 6:11:11 AM Brainiac0982
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* FauxSymbolism: ''Earthworld''[='=]s rooms are based on the WesternZodiac; ''Fireworld''[='=]s on the {{Kabbalah}} Tree of Life; ''Waterworld''[='=]s on the Chakra points; and ''Airworld'' would have been based on the I Ching. And then there are the four elements, with each game set in a 'world' of one of the elements. But it doesn't mean anything.
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