Kingdom O' Magic SCi Games Ltd. / GT Interactive Software Corp. 1996

A fantasy adventure game spoof - along the lines of Zork but with British Humour. Play as either an unintelligible Green Lizard Guy (use subtitles) or the token female - who was intended to be humourously overproportioned although now Tomb Raider has raised the standard. The designers intended for the game to be non-linear, and many NPCs wander around the entire map getting into fights with each other. Entirely comedic - the troubleshooting guide in the manual discusses sexual malfunction. The dialogue trees encourage the player to be abrasive and confrontational - not doing so will cause you to miss out on much of the enjoyment, and many of the puzzles. The game is a parody of J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth, as seen in the names of some of the places in the game Rivendull, Minar Tragedy etc. It was designed by Fergus McNeill who became famous during the eighties for games such as Bored of the Rings (influenced by, but not adapted from, the Harvard Lampoon book) and The Boggit.
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2CD ISO Demo 1.05GB (uploaded by Scaryfun)
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Full Demo with DOSBox 985MB (uploaded by The Collection Chamber)


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