Kingdom O' Magic (DOS)

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3.4
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Advertising Blurbs

GT website:
    Once upon a time, there was a glorious land of brave warriors and fair maidens, and then there was the KINGDOM O' MAGIC...

    Journey to a bizarre realm inhabited by some of the most hilarious characters ever to brighten a pixel! Match wits with the witless, battle opponents too disgusting to describe. Cast spells that would make even a bogus magician blush and, most importantly, try to discover the point of this quest into the unknown!

    The KINGDOM O' MAGIC -- not for the faint of heart...or the sound of mind!

    Features:

    · Choose from 2 playable lead characters -- Thidney the Thnakeman and Shah-Ron the Unbelievable!

    · Select from 3 different quests -- each one more perverse than the previous!

    · Confront over 90 intelligent characters of questionable personal hygiene!

    · Explore 105 different 3-D environments!

    · Totally non-linear -- impossible to play the same game twice!

    Contributed by jean-louis (18851) on Jul 05, 2015.

Print advertisement - PC Player 03/1996:

    KINGDOM O' MAGIC

    the boombastic game

    2 CDs mit mehr als 1200 MB purem Spielspaß und linearem gameplay - kein Spiel gleicht dem anderen!

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (134473) on Apr 09, 2010.

Back of Box:
    Set in a time easily forgotten and a place we made up, lies the Mingdom O'Magic. A place riddled with the ridiculous, plagues by the perverse, yet strangely homely, familiar, and pleasantly odour free.

    2 playable characters
    3 different quests
    105 in-game locations
    Completely non-linear gameplay
    Silicon Graphics 3D game environment
    Over 90 intelligent in-game characters
    


    Where is this Kingdom O'Magic? Why does it exist? What are the social impacts? Play the game and all these questions might just be answered. If you don't, well... have you considered therapy?

    Contributed by Kic'N (4220) on Mar 29, 2001.