Les Manley in: Search for the King Ad Blurbs (Amiga)

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Advertising Blurbs

Back of Box - DOS (US):
    He finds his clothes at K-Mart. He finds his dates at Radio Shack. And now he's out to get rich quick by finding the greatest entertainer of all time. Follow mild mannered Les Manley as he rocks 'n' rolls across America in search of big bucks, beautiful babes and ... The King.

    Want More? Get Les!

    (captions)
    "In Da Ghetto." Animation so lifelike your hips will gyrate.
    "He Ain't Nothin' But A Corn Dog." Help Les try to impress the stunning Stella Hart.
    "Lift Me Tender." Over 70 bit-mapped screens make this one heavy game.
    "Viva Lost Vegas!" Hot music. Hot colors. Hot dang.
    "I Want A Hunk Of Burnin' Les." One of a couple of dozen characters Les could bump into.
    "Heartbroke Motel?" A game filled with engaging puzzles and felt paintings.

    Contributed by Jeanne (76516) on May 08, 2007.

Advertisement in PCGames, December 1990:

    CAUTION: The Following Scenes Contain Graphic Material.



    Hold on to your parser. Accolade is about to redefine the world of animated graphic adventures with two phenomenal new games.

    First, meet a hero who finds his clothes at K-Mart and his dates at Radio Shack. Search for The King places you on the heels of Les Manley as he rocks 'n rolls across America in search of beautiful babes, big bucks and the greatest entertainer of all time... The King.

    Then join P.J. Barrett on a fantastic voyage through time and space in Altered Destiny. Enter a marvelous universe teaming with wraiths, fluboxes and exotic creatures and landscapes. There's a deep mystery here - and only you can help P.J. solve it.

    Fresh. Surprising. Shocking. Always entertaining. If you're looking for high adventure, Accolade has two graphic examples.

    Contributed by Belboz (6576) on Oct 31, 2001.