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- Lengthy game.
- Challenging tasks that stretch the imagination.
- Creative story line and plot elements.
- Brisk walking pace that allows for more rapid progression to different areas.
- Boring background music.
- Graphics are sub-par due to their release date (1985-1987).
King's Quest 2 Fast Facts
- The original version of King's Quest II was released in the May of 1985. This remake was first released on December 3, 2002.
- While King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne was developed by Sierra On-Line, the new version, called Romancing the Stones, was made by AGD Interactive.
- This game marks the second entry in the King's Quest series. The others include its predecessor, King's Quest: Quest for the Crown, as well as To Heir is Human, The Perils of Rosella, Absence Makes the Heart Go Yonder, Heir Today Gone Tomorrow, The Princeless Bride, and Mask of Eternity. AGD has remade the first three games.
- Sierra is best known for its assorted adventure series, like Dr. Brain, Gabriel Knight, Space Quest, and Quest for Glory. Meanwhile, AGD has done a remake of Quest for Glory II.
- King's Quest II: Romancing the Stones is available for the PC and Mac. However, the original version was made for the Apple II, PCjr, Amiga, Atari ST, and more modern-day PC and Mac systems.
- AGD's King's Quest II has been downloaded over four hundred-thousand times.
- AGD's King's Quest II won the 2002 AGS awards for Best Game, Story, Animation, Music, Scripting and Documentation.
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