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About the StoryAccompany BULBO on his quest for the fabled treasure of the mighty Dragon SMOG.
On this "epic" journey you may encounter such famed travellers as "Grand Alf" & "The Dwarves", not to mention the notorious & sometimes hungry "Trolls". You will need to cross rivers, climb mountains and do battle with untold enemies but it will all be worth it in the end!!!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:A rather humorous stroll through a familiar landscape., May 29, 2014
by LaFey (Porto, Portugal)Well written and humorous. Of course will be fighting the parser at times (vanilla Quill?) - but if you remember to strip your action to the bare basics you'll get by to "Smog" unscathed without too much hassle. Oh, there and back again, for there is a chest in your burrow that needs filling. Remember to use "RAM SAVE" and "RAM LOAD".
A regard to the author, owner of the fabled Zenobi software company which managed to publish a fine number of good IF far well into the late nineties. So all hail the Balrog, the Cat and the Cockroach.
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