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Portrait Dungeon

EMAP Business & Computer Publications 1985

Language:
English
Authors:
Paul Coppins
Systems:
BASIC info
Platforms:
Atari 400/800
Genres:
Fantasy, misc., Treasure hunt, Type-in info, Underground
Entered by:
Garry, Gunness, Juan
Added:
06-12-2010
Edited:
29-09-2015

Synopsis

Plot

This is a good, old-fashioned treasure hunt. Your adventure starts in a small room with a portrait on the wall. Your objective is to find the 14 treasures and return them to the store room adjacent to the starting location.

After a little bit of exploring, you will find that this adventure appears to be tiny - only five easily accessible rooms. If you can remember some basic road-safety rules from your school days, you should be able to find another two rooms and your first treasure. Hey, there's got to be more to this! I wonder if it's got something to do with that portrait on the wall? After all, this is called 'Portrait Dungeon', isn't it?

Notes

This adventure was originally published in Computer & Video Games, issue 42, vol. 4, no. 7, April 1985, pp. 64-8, 73. The accompanying article implies that there are two listings, but there's actually only one listing in the magazine. If there was a second listing, this may have been an introduction or instructions, but this is not necessary to play the game.

The author was one of Keith Campbell's assistants. He did adventure reviews and helped co-write the magazine's very popular adventure section. The game includes several tongue-in-cheek references to Keith Campbell and the Adventure Helpline.

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