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SAhints.zip *
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hint sheet
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hint sheet
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solution
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The Golden Voyage

by Scott Adams and William Demas

Episode 12 of Scott Adams Classic Adventures
1981

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About the Story

The king lies near death in the royal palace. You have only three days to bring back the elixir needed to rejuvenate him. Journey through the lands of magic fountains, sacred temples, stormy seas and gold, gold, GOLD! This one is for experienced Adventurers only!

WARNING! The Z-Code conversion of this game is certifiably unwinnable, due to a faulty conversion.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: 1.33
License: Former commercial
Development System: Custom
Baf's Guide ID: 274
IFID: ZCODE-1-980329-EAC0
TUID: 4yo4je8dh53ug9qs

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Good example of bad design, April 27, 2016
by Robin Johnson (Scotland)
Even for a Scott Adams game, unwarned deathtraps and unwinnable states crop up almost everywhere in this game. Most new players will die within a few moves by picking up an item and having their throat slit by a jealous merchant (with no indication that the item even belonged to the merchant.) Still it has some fun to it - Adams' trick of making the familiarity of the setting and the sparsity of the prose work together - and a nice early example of a pilotable vehicle, the sailing ship.

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