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Chateau Le Mont

by Paul Allen Panks

RPG/Vampire
2002

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Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: 5.81
License: Freeware
Development System: BASIC
Baf's Guide ID: 1895
IFID: Unknown
TUID: mihkh93bj3rcvbxx

Editorial Reviews

SPAG
Chateu Le Mont by Paul Panks is a text adventure written in BASIC. If you like BASIC adventures, with their simplicity of plot, the occasional bug, and complete lack of character development, not to mention the amazingly simple one-line room "descriptions," then you will like Chateu Le Mont. All it takes is the ability to recognize the game for what it is, and play it for those qualities.

For whatever reason, I was able to get into Chateu Le Mont and really ended up liking it. Of course, a lot of that is because the feel of the gameplay from its "kill everything because it is there" mentality to its plug-and-chug combat to its "pick a spell, any spell" magic system is quite reminiscent of Dungeons and Dragons, and I really like Dungeons and Dragons. You have hit points, an armor class, and a level, and you gain experience points for killing anyone or anything. All of the "monsters" are regenerated at the start of each new "day," and that includes any townspeople you might have killed, so feel free to hack away. Hey, that villager has 167 hit points compared to my 100!

-- Jessica Knoch
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