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- Change difficulty by activating or deactivating dead ends that force you to restart.
- Very clever mini-challenges that prove rather difficult.
- Well constructed non-linear map that is easy to navigate
- Vintage highly pixelated graphics.
King's Quest 1 Fast Facts
- The earliest version of King's Quest: Quest for the Crown was released during the July of 1983. This enhanced version of the game came out in 2009.
- The original King's Quest was developed by Sierra On-Line. This version is the work of the independent non-profit company of AGD Interactive.
- This marked the first entry in the King's Quest series. The sequels include Romancing the Throne, To Heir is Human, The Perils of Rodella, Absence Makes the Heart Go Yonder, Heir Today Gone Tomorrow, The Princeless Bride, and Mask of Eternity. Currently, AGD has remade the second and third entries.
- Sierra has produced some of the most beloved adventure games of all time, including Phantasmagoria, Gabriel Knight, the Quest for Glory series, and the Leisure Suit Larry series. Meanwhile, AGD has remade Quest for Glory II.
- AGD's version of King's Quest I is available for the Mac and PC. Meanwhile, Sierra's game was made for the PCjr, Tandy 1000, Amiga, Apple II, MS-DOS, and the Sega Master system. It has also been released for Windows XP and above.
- By September 2010, AGD's version of King's Quest: Quest for the Crown was downloaded nearly five hundred-thousand times.
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