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King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella Retold
AGS Awards Ceremony 2020
|1 Cup||Not serious entertainment|
|2 Cups||A reasonable game, worth a try|
|3 Cups||A good game, worth playing|
|4 Cups||A great game, well worth your time|
|5 Cups||An outstanding, must-play game!|
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|Short Game||Can be completed within 30 minutes|
|Medium Length Game||Takes at least 30 mins to finish|
|Full Length Game||As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic|
|Non-Adventure Game||Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!|
|Joke Game||You know when it fits this category ;)|
|Demo||Unfinished Games / Commercial Games|
|Training Game||Games made just to try out AGS|
|<Category Not Set>||Not yet categorised|
About this gameOthello, Vani and Edme have finally reached the long forgotten treasure room of the Emperor Kemal. Loaded with relics, it seems they have finally obtained the goal they've been chasing. ...or have they? This was made for the May 2011 MAGS competition.
AGS Panel Review
"A fun little MAGS game that delivers the quality expected of a game by Ben Chandler."
2 people commented on this game (newest first):
I'm very fond of his games in general, and this one doesn't disappoint. In my opinion the writing has gone up a notch from his previous productions. I love my RPGs and adventure games, but I get quickly tired reading the item and object descriptions; not with Ben's descriptions: they tell the story of a world, and they consistently make me want to know more. The characters are so lively and real (even if cheesy), and I'm surprised he manages to pack so much about their lives in such a short game.
If Ben could make games that do more than just tease us about his amazing worlds, I'd be all over them (free of charge or otherwise).