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Lords of Time (1983)

Posted at 03:43 on December 25th, 2021 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Level 9 had quickly established itself as a major force to be reckoned with on the adventure games market. Their port of the original Adventure wasn't only squeezed onto various home computers already old-ish at the time, but they even added several new areas to the game. To rub their technical mastery in even further, their games were released on tape format, meaning they had to run completely from each machine's memory. By comparison, out of the two big American competitors, Infocom didn't do tapes and Adventure International's games could most certainly not compete in size and complexity.


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Posted at 03:48 on December 25th, 2021 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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The Time and Magik trilogy retrospectively grouped three initially standalone games made during the first heyday of Level 9. Four to five years had passed since those games had been first made and by 1988, the company was in full swing using a different underlying game system first developed for Knight Orc. With the same game, they also for the first time introduced their trademarked pastel style illustrations.


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