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Błękitne Nimfy (Atari 8-bit)

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Description

Błękitne Nimfy is a fantasy text adventure paragraph game. The objective of the game is it to free two sisters nymphs from the power of the terrible guardians - basilisk and dragon. The game consist of 64 paragraphs all together. The hero travels the world of the game by reading the following numbered paragraphs of the story. The choice of route is subject to either the player's decision or the random roll of the dice. Sometimes the choice is determined by possession the appropriate item.

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Błękitne Nimfy Atari 8-bit Background story
Błękitne Nimfy Atari 8-bit Game info
Błękitne Nimfy Atari 8-bit Story does not always ends happily
Błękitne Nimfy Atari 8-bit Shopping

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Trivia

Collector's Edition (Edycja Kolekcjonerska)

The Collector's Edition of the game was released in cardboard box, including a paper version of the game, dice, 12 player's cards, dedicated pen and individually numbered 5'25 floppy disk. The game appeared first time on Grzybsoniada 2012 party, Częstochowa, Poland. This edition of the game was released only in 53 copies, including 3 copies for game authors.

Paper version

Paper version of the game includes a paper version of the game, dice and 6 player's cards. This edition was released in 500 copies.

Donationware version

Donationware version was released as downloadable content with a request for any payment on game author's PayPal account.

Game title

Game title refers to the music track of the same name, composed by Marek Biliński.
Karsa Orlong (54184) added Błękitne Nimfy (Atari 8-bit) on May 16, 2014