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Among mankind’s oldest fantasies is a dream to live in a place where magic really does exist. It is a place where witches can fly with their brooms, where giants can live in peace with the people, and where wizards are as common as next door neighbors. It is a place where the battle between good and evil always ends triumphantly for the good side. Unfortunately, there is no way to experience this place in our lives, but thanks to Adventure Soft, at least we can experience it in our games.
Without a doubt, anyone who enjoys a bit of cynical humor and a good adventure game, despite the rusticness, will have a blast with Simon. While it might not be terribly appealing to people who have grown accustomed to the new innovative nature of casual gaming and their crystal-clear graphics and smoothness, anyone who's played an "old school" game will appreciate this one. Simon the Sorcerer is certainly a game that returns back to the true roots of the adventure genre.