Pixelmusement ADG Episode 99 Last Updated:
September 8th, 2012

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Ancient DOS Games --- Episode 99

King's Quest




Additional Information and Corrections:

  • Here's the link to the King's Quest 1+2+3 pack on the Good Old Games website if you wanna get the AGI version:http://www.gog.com/en/gamecard/kings_quest_1_2_3


  • If you specifically want the SCI version, point you way here on the Steam store:http://store.steampowered.com/app/10100


  • Yeah, I stumbled on a couple words during the episode. Been doing that a bit lately... *shrugs*


  • Turns out you can entice a goat into following you around in Skyrim too... Maybe I should've said "only DOS game" in last week's hint? :P


  • As with most inventory adventure games, I tried to avoid spoiling too much, since the whole draw of playing these games is to see all the stuff that happens, because once you've done it all, there's no point doing it all again. :/


  • Has anyone noticed yet that the CGA panels in the game stats for each game I've covered in Season 2 show the default CGA colour scheme for the game in question? ;)


  • Turns out that the SCI version did indeed support several other audio and video modes, but the drivers for them aren't included with the 2006 collection for some mysterious reason, which is why I didn't know they existed. o_O
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