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    Sorcerer University

    Dangerously Close to a Real Education

    So you want to be a sorcerer, eh? Want to wave that wand of yours in front of beautiful women and watch 'em swoon, don't you?

    Well, you're definitely going to need magic. And Sorcerer University is the place to get it. Sorcerer U. offers everything an apprentice wizard needs to make it big in the real world.

    Social Clubs. Join the famous Tappa Kegga Bru or I Phelta Thi fraternities. Make friendships that last the rest of your life, whether you want them to or not. Attend fun-filled frat parties where the brew is cold, but the women aren't.

    Interesting People. Sorcerer University is famous for its friendly and robust student body (quite a few of them, actually) eager to help freshmen find their way around and get the most out of those late night cramming sessions.

    Field Trips. Visit the most fascinating places in Peloria, from the Island of Horny Women to the Island Where Time Runs Backwards to the Restaurant at the End of the Ocean. No, you can't skip right to the Island of Horny Women.

    Intellectual Challenge. Learn the art of sorcery from the masters themselves. Refine your skills in the Simulation Lab, where you'll challenge a ferocious dragon and rescue an imprisoned damsel. Of course, which skills you choose to refine is entirely up to you.

    Adventure. You've got a mission to accomplish, and it's not some cheapo, Find-The-Misiing-Magic Sword quest, either. We're talking END OF THE WORLD-type stuff, here - and if you blow it, you can forget that frat party next week.

    Sorcerers Get All The Girls can be played in either "naughty" or "nice" mode. With its obvious satirical content, the game is intended for the amusement of adults, or at least those old enough to see an R-rated movie (or sneak into one). It contains language and a general moral attitude that may offend some. It is recommended that these people buy the game, and then throw it away as a form of protest.

    Award-winning game designer Steve Meretzky's latest graphic adventure contains the same wicked sense of humor, devilish puzzles and bawdy satire found in his other works, notably The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy, Leather Goddesses of Phobos, Planetfall, and Zork Zero.

    Steve profoundly apologizes and promises never to do it again. Honest.

    Contributed by Belboz (6581) on Apr 13, 2001.

Advertisement in COMPUTE, November 1990:
    Following high school graduation, Ernie Eaglebeak had two career options: Dragon Tending or Sorcery.

    Dragon Tending demanded interminably long days roasting under the acrid breath of temperamental dragons in holding pits of dirt and grime.

    Sorcery offered a four-year romp through Sorcerer University - four years of outrageous frat parties, scantily-clad co-eds and reckless behavior.

    Sorcerer U. also meant plenty of adventure - from battling dragons in the Simulation Lab with only arcane spells as weapons; to grappling with zesty females in real life using more, um, natural tools.

    Tough choice.

    Spellcasting 101: Sorcerers Get All The Girls is yet another bawdy, irreverent graphic adventure from Steve Meretzky, author of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Leather Goddesses of Phobos and Zork Zero. Despite the presence of "naughty" and "nice" modes, this game is not recommended for those who a) have weak hearts, b) believe sex is a four-letter word, or c) think college students, no matter what universe they live in, spend their free time studying.

    Contributed by Belboz (6581) on Apr 13, 2001.

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    Sorcerer University, dangerously close to a real education.

    So you want to be a sorcerer eh? want to wave that wand of yours in front of beautiful women and watch 'em swoon, dont you?

    Well your definatly going to need magic. And sorcerer university is the place to get it.

    Sorcerer U offers everything an apprentice wizard needs to make it big in the real world.

    Contributed by Yakumo (473) on Mar 11, 2000.