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|Az Alvilág Ura, by Robert Olessak (1990)|
This is the second part of the game "Lord Of The Hell" (its title also has a similar meaning, but already in Hungarian). After having completed your task, the Lord did not keep his promise, but...
|A babó (The Hobbit), by Robert Olessak (1997)|
Hungarian IF adaptation of J. R. R. Tolkien's classical novel. However, the plot rather follows the former, well-known 8-bit Melbourne House adventure game version from the '80s instead of the...
|Brekk!, by Robert Olessak (1988)|
Walking in the forest (collecting and searching for mushrooms) you see a strange tower among the woods; on approaching you suddenly fall into a hidden pit; then you meet some enchanted creatures of...
|The Galleon, by Robert Olessak (1993)|
One of the largest, longest and most difficult text adventure games ever made. You must control two characters at the same time in a surrealistic fantasy world. (If you need more information about...
|A gálya, by Robert Olessak (1993)|
One of the largest, longest and most difficult text adventure games ever made. You must control two characters at the same time in a surrealistic fantasy world. The main scene is a closed island...
|Horsekiller, by Robert Olessak (1994)|
Not a playable and full game, but only an intro in a preview version for an unfinished and unwritten, yet planned game, the sequel to The Galleon (the Hungarian IF A gálya). C64/128 disk image.
|Kaland (A vér meséi), by Robert Olessak (2001)|
The title "Kaland" only means "Adventure" in Hungarian (as the other title, "A vér meséi", means: "The Tales of the Blood"). Written by Robert Olessak in 1997-2001. This is not a game, but only an...
|Lord Of The Hell, by Robert Olessak (1988)|
You just walk the streets and read the freshest newspaper, when the local bus runs over you in an accident. You promptly die; then you find yourself in the underworld, where the Lord Of The Hell...
|A pokol angyala 2., by Robert Olessak, Attila Heredi, Zoltan Nagy, Oliver Gaspar (1994)|
This is just an unfinished game, thus has not an end, though partly playable. The entire plot consists of several different scenes of a cyberpunk world in future (from Budapest to Los Angeles,...
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