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04-04-2017 (Gunness)

For a lot of Kickstarter backers (including me), last week's release of Ron Gilbert's Thimbleweed Park was a long-awaited event. Obviously the game falls outside the scope of CASA, but nothing's going to keep me from giving a loving nod to Mr. Gilbert's second game, a little, classic something called Maniac Mansion. Which obviously (?) falls outside the scope of CASA, too, but I love the game and there are certain perks to being webmaster. So there!

Did you know that four of Infocom's titles were released in Japanese?
Neither did I, until one of our readers pointed me in the right direction. Among other oddities I also came across a version of Zork I for the Sega Saturn and Playstation - with sound and visuals. Nothing is sacred I guess :)

As always, thanks to all you hard working people out there - so many things updated this time around.

Contributors: Sudders, Garry, Juan, chlamydiamagic, Alex, Highretrogamelord, impomatic, iamaran, Gunness, Alastair

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In 2037, evil sorcerers with terrifying powers appeared and took control of the world. After six years of research, you've found that the weapon which can defeat them is in a castle.


Published as a type-in game in L'Ordinateur Individuel, issue 77HS, December 1985, pp. 24–28. It was a fairly generic BASIC listing with no mention of a specific platform. Ports are known to exist for at least the Amstrad CPC, Matra Alice and Thomson computers.

This game has nothing to do with Sorcellerie, the French translation of the CRPG Wizardry, or Sorcellerie!, the French translation of Steve Jackson's Sorcery! gamebook series.

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