Discussion in 'PC Games' started by Merlin5, 28 Nov 2010.
The Secret Island of Dr Quandary
a snapshot of the game leaves a great deal of imagination! good job
The hat was delicious.
That would be Maniac Mansion.
You might want to rehost the image so you're not hotlinking next time, and rename the file so it hasn't got the game title in it.
Just come across this and I remember having the demo of this on the Amiga!
I have no clue at all what the name is but that screen you posted was a part in the demo. I am pretty sure from what I remember, that if you go down in that cave place with the weird sacrifice thing going on, you would get caught and the game would end.
Of course I could be wrong.
Looks Like a game i used to play i want to say something like the Corridor but i know its wrong
Cant Beleive no-one has linked this yet
Indeed it is
Please try to think! Anyone? I need to know the name of this game now please.
The game with two names. KGB or, I think for Europe, Conspiracy and then eventually on the PC.
Correct! I actually owned this game on the Amiga (and later PC).
Another hint: It was actually most succesful on the Atari ST.
If I get this right I don't want a go as I am bad at games like this...
Is it 'The Adventures of Maddog Williams in the Dungeons of Duridian'?
That was going to be my answer as well
Sorry for forgetting about this until now. The new thread that's the same but for all genres reminding me.
Anyways, congratulations - that's it!
TB doesn't want to participate so you can have a go instead Scott.
Scott hasn't been around since early december. Here's one.
Either one of the king quests or Quest for glory games. I cba to say which number it was tho.
I'll give you that. It's King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella
Kings Quest V : Absence Makes The Heart Go Yonder you mean?
And oh yeah...I was supposed to post a screenie wasn't I
Oops, yes you're right. I was looking at screenshots for both games, chose one from Absence Makes The Heart Go Yonder, but had The Perils of Rosella on my brain. Yes, it's your turn.
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