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The Enchanted Cottage

by Jack Lockerby

Fantasy
1991

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Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Former commercial
Development System: PAW (Professional Adventure Writer)
Baf's Guide ID: 2566
IFID: Unknown
TUID: ul3u5ctlhpfapw4y

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SynTax
You are able to wander around quite a few locations in each section but, to make progress, you must find a spell book which the Official Sorcerer has left for you. Once you have this you learn that it is possible to cast certain spells, seven in all, like Reflection, Freeze, Open, etc. [...] There are about 70 locations including a small, easily-mappable maze, and the layout of the puzzles will have you to-ing and fro-ing quite a bit between the three sections of the adventure. (Neil Shipman)
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SynTax
This first easy puzzle is just a warm up to get you going, and the solving of it results in the appearance of three coloured spinning discs. These are your gateways to three different areas of play, and you can and need to return to this location in order to explore each of these in stages. Many of the puzzles are solved by magic, but you need to be carrying the correct item in order to cast the necessary spells. (Jean Childs)
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