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New Castle, The

Dan Gahlinger 1990

Language:
English
Authors:
Dan Gahlinger
Systems:
Pascal
Platforms:
Linux, Macintosh, PC info
Genres:
Fantasy, misc.
Entered by:
iamaran, Strident
Added:
12-11-2020
Edited:
03-12-2021

Synopsis

Plot

It is said that there is an Old Castle nearby where long lost treasures lay in wait of a Brave Knight to uncover them and find his fortune.

Notes

Based on Castle, written by Barry Wilks on a VAX/VMS in 1983.

The game has been in development for a long time. In 2021, a new pre-beta version was released; builds can be download via SourceForge. Mac is no longer supported.

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Review
by Canalboy
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User Comments

Canalboy (13-12-2021 19:00)

Good to hear that the author has released a new version (20.0 I believe). The original game was frustrating to play as it clearly had lots of potential as a very good puzzler but the bugs basically made it unplayable. I hope to put it through its paces so to speak soon.

Canalboy (19-12-2021 21:03)

I am currently testing Dan's new version(s) and he is sending me new zipped files as I find problems. So far we are on the fourth update from v 20.0.

Canalboy (19-12-2021 21:10)

I am currently testing Dan's new version(s) and he is sending me new zipped files as I find problems. So far we are on the fourth update from v 20.0.

Canalboy (07-01-2022 17:49)

We are still forging ahead with play testing. Version 33 (or so) is the current one under the microscope. I am having a lot of fun with this one. I know Dan has been working on the coding assiduously and we are making solid progress.

Canalboy (25-01-2022 19:37)

Well we are up to beta version 6 million four hundred thousand and...no, I jest of course folks.....it's only five million. Unfortunately there are still more bugs lurking in the code than you'd find in a pair of David Bellamy's underpants.

Call a crop sprayer and a priest.