DescriptionPrivate Frank Leandro is killed in action in Vietnam but wakes up on the isle of Avalon in the days of King Arthur. There he is sent on a quest to retrieve famous artifacts from Arthurian legend and use them to save the future in this text-adventure game.
- "Avalon" -- Working title
Part of the Following Group
|The End of Commercial Interactive Fiction||Windows||Terrence Bosky (5232)|
The Press Says
|SPAG||DOS||Nov 28, 1998||6.9 out of 10||69|
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TriviaIn the tradition of the Infocom games, the package included a photo of Frank and his platoon buddies, a notice of Frank's death sent to his family, and some other correspondence.
Once and Future was in development for over six years, making it the most eagerly-awaited text adventure game of all time.
The name change (from "Avalon") came at the last minute, when Cascade Mountain discovered that the name was already trademarked for a computer game and could not be used.