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The box contains a novelette, which does contain some clues, and a poster, but what won me over in this game is Legend of the Sword's sheer playability. It's so user friendly, and there is even a help command which kicks in without you asking it to. Go get Legend Of The Sword right now and start having a ball!
Commodore User (Sep, 1988)
The more you play Legend of the Sword, the richer it becomes, as more and more hidden delights are revealed. It is a really splendid game! If you have an Amiga, buy a copy as soon as you spot one.
ST/Amiga Format (Aug, 1988)
Evil wizards have been persecuted by brave warriors ever since the dawn of computer adventures and Legend of the Sword is not about to buck the trend. The thing that does set it apart from the rest of the pack, though, is the presentation. The on-screen map, the use of mouse and menus for the more mundane actions is good and speeds play. Unfortunately some of that speed is lost with the regular disk accessing.
Zzap! (Aug, 1988)
Legend Of The Sword is going to prove tough to complete whilst being fascinatingly and thoroughly enjoyable to play.
Amiga Computing (Dec, 1988)
Legend of the Sword will keep you guessing for a long time, it is not easy to solve but I am certain you will keep coming back to it for more.
Your Amiga (Feb, 1989)
This is a competent and good-looking adventure. For some reason, possibly too much time spent playing Ultima IV, it didn't hold my interest. I feel it's a case of treading some well-hallowed but tired ground, albeit with mouse control.