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Type CLOAD & hit ENTER. Select SORCERY.​C10 in the JimG subdirectory of the Cassette directory. Type RUN...
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Sorcellerie/Sorcery

by Rafi Deryeghiyan

Mystery
1985

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About the Story

Until 2036 the world was at peace, then unrest began to stir in society.
22 June 2037: Sorcerers reappear with terrifying powers. Small in number, they are easily controlled.
Christmas 2037: A wizard coup--all armies are destroyed. The dictatorship of witchcraft is proclaimed.
February 2038: Wizards are about to break the will of human resistance. Aware of the danger, some have tried to combat this evil power, but in vain.
After 6 years of research, you finally find a clue: the ultimate weapon is in a castle. What is this ultimate weapon? That is for you to discover!

This game was published in the December 1985 of L'Ordinateur Individuel, as a generic BASIC listing but ports are known to exist for the Matra Alice and Thomson computers, and TRS-80 MC-10.

Game Details

Language: French (fr)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Public Domain
Development System: BASIC
Forgiveness Rating: Tough
IFID: Unknown
TUID: o0f4u0kewc8ao33a

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