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Commodore 64Commodore User (Dec, 1983)
Adventure gaming seems to be a solitary thing but I don't see why the whole family can't get their heads together over a dungeon or two, just think of the arguments you could all have! Don't forget the large sheet of paper for your map...
Commodore 64Micro 7 (Apr, 1984)
Les jeux d'aventure graphique de Scott Adams servent souvent de référence. Adventureland, et les trois suivants sont maintenant disponibles pour le 64 et le Spectrum. A déconseiller au débutant complet.
BBC MicroPersonal Computer Games (Apr, 1984)
Adventureland is one of the first in the series, and probably the easiest to solve. It is text only and makes little use of the Beeb's abilities, except in its use of colour to distinguish between input and response on the screen. It has to be said that these 'classics' are beginning to show their age.