The caravan of the brave adventurers heads towards Accardi-By-The-Sea, each of them motivated in his (or her) own way. The magician Frobwit is on his way to the Convention of Enchanters and Sorcerers; the lovely Acia is travelling to visit her sickly grandmother; the merchant Gurthark simply wants to sell goods; and the scout Ryker ponders the new feeling that has entered his life: love...ZorkQuest: The Crystal of Doom
is a direct sequel to Assault on Egreth Castle
. The gameplay system is identical to that of its predecessor, retaining the player's ability to either follow the narrative from a single character's point of view, or "jump" to a new character. Thus, the player is able to re-read the story and learn new things about how the characters' different paths affected each other, as well as the outcome of the entire story.
Like in the other InfoComics
, the display technology uses a 3D vector format; many scenes are scaled (like zooming on a camera lens), sacrificing detailed graphic textures colors.
- "ZorkQuest II: The Crystal of Doom" -- In-game title
- "ZorkQuest 2" -- Informal Name
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Infocomics were a huge commercial failure for a number of reasons:
- it wasn't really a game
- low CGA graphics appeal in a time when EGA was king
- the low pricing did not inspire quality confidence in the consumer's mind
ZorkQuest: The Crystal of Doom was released after the original 3 Infocomics flopped. Since this one was "in-the-can" it was shipped, but to save costs, only the cover art was changed, the rest of the package was the exact images from ZorkQuest: Assault on Egreth Castle