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Questprobe: Featuring Human Torch and the Thing (Amstrad CPC)

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Description

The 3rd installment of Questprobe's Marvel Comic book text adventures with graphics. Free Alicia Masters from the evil Doctor Doom by playing the Thing and the Human Torch. You can switch between the 2 characters at any time during gameplay.

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Questprobe: Featuring Human Torch and the Thing Amstrad CPC I am near a shack and a tar pit.
Questprobe: Featuring Human Torch and the Thing Amstrad CPC I set fire to the tar and burned the Thing.
Questprobe: Featuring Human Torch and the Thing Amstrad CPC I entered a circus tent. Inside are the Ringmaster and the Circus of Crime.
Questprobe: Featuring Human Torch and the Thing Amstrad CPC Your mission, should you choose to accept.

Alternate Titles

  • "Questprobe: Featuring The Human Torch and The Thing" -- In-game title
  • "Questprobe 3: Fantastic Four - Chapter 1" -- DOS in-game title

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Plus/4, BBC/Electron ports? 4 Rola (6947)
Aug 23, 2012

Trivia

Like the questprobe game "Spider-man" this game has the same issue with running under windows.

The game can be hacked to run under windows by using a hex editor and changing these bytes in the file FANTFOUR.EXE

Offset b2ae: change 3F to 35
Offset b2af: change 3F to 33
Offset b2bc: change 3F to 50


See the trivia under spider-man for the explanation of these changes.
Pseudo_Intellectual (44379) added Questprobe: Featuring Human Torch and the Thing (Amstrad CPC) on Jul 31, 2006
Other platforms contributed by jeff leyda (1582), Martin Smith (63169) and Pseudo_Intellectual (44379)