Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.

The Seven Cities of Gold

MobyRank MobyScore
Commodore 64
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4.0
Atari 8-bit
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PC Booter
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3.9

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Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
Amiga 4 3.7
Apple II 4 3.0
Atari 8-bit 5 4.1
Commodore 64 13 4.0
Macintosh 1 4.0
PC Booter 14 3.9
Combined MobyScore 41 3.8


The Press Says

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100
Atari 8-bitTeleMatch
Allein aus den hier aufgeführten Möglichkeiten ist zu ersehen, was in diesem komplexen Programm steckt. Seven Cities Of Gold ist neben M.U.L.E. die wohl beste derzeit erhältliche Computersimulation, die Adventure- und Role-Playing-Freunde sich wünschen können. Grafisch wie von der Logik perfekt, akustisch herausragend ausgestattet Sehr gut — aber mit Prädikat!
80
PC BooterComputer Gaming World (CGW)
A classic rendition of the Exploration and Conquest of the New World. Graphics on the 16-bit machines are relatively poor (considering the capabilities of the machines), but on the earlier releases, the game remains a classic.
80
Commodore 64Computer Gaming World (CGW)
A classic rendition of the Exploration and Conquest of the New World. Graphics on the 16-bit machines are relatively poor (considering the capabilities of the machines), but on the earlier releases, the game remains a classic.
80
Apple IIComputer Gaming World (CGW)
A classic rendition of the Exploration and Conquest of the New World. Graphics on the 16-bit machines are relatively poor (considering the capabilities of the machines), but on the earlier releases, the game remains a classic.
80
Atari 8-bitComputer Gaming World (CGW)
A classic rendition of the Exploration and Conquest of the New World. Graphics on the 16-bit machines are relatively poor (considering the capabilities of the machines), but on the earlier releases, the game remains a classic.
80
MacintoshComputer Gaming World (CGW)
A classic rendition of the Exploration and Conquest of the New World. Graphics on the 16-bit machines are relatively poor (considering the capabilities of the machines), but on the earlier releases, the game remains a classic.
50
AmigaTilt
Commercialisé sur C 64 et Apple début 85, la version Amiga n'innove pas. Pauvreté des graphismes, de la bande son et de l'animation. Dommage !