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[Great Britain]Games Workshop

They were located at 27/29 Sunbeam Road, London NW10.


Tower of Despair

Type:
Text only Written 1985 by Alan Clark and J. Thompson in The Quill.
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Notes: Package included a booklet with lots of illustrations, without which the game is _very_ hard to solve.

Comments: Two-parter fantasy adventure, in which you must defeat the evil Demon Lord and fight his evil minions.

Here is a review of Tower of Despair


Tower II: The Key of Hope

Type:
Drawn graphics Written 1985 in The Quill and The Illustrator.
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Notes: Divided into two parts.

Comments: Resume your battle against Lord Malnor.


Argent Warrior


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Journey's End

Written 1985 by M. Prescott, C. Gonsalves and T. Everson.
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Runestone

Type:
Graphics Written by Alan Davis in BASIC and machine code.
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Notes: Originally priced at 7.95. Presented in venturescope which combines real-time action, a full text interpreter, multiple command input, dozens of independent characters and 8,000 views from over 2,000 locations. You control three heroes in their main quest to crush Kordomir the Dark One, hopefully retreiving the long lost Runestone of Zaphir in the process.

Here is a review of Runestone


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