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Advert in Zzap! (Issue 7 November 85 p87) – UK:

    M I N D S H A D O W


    An intriguing text graphic adventure!

    You remember nothing.
    You're on a deserted beach. But which beach?
    You're going to find your lost identity no matter what price you have to pay.
    Your perilous journey of discovery takes you around the world as it leads you ever closer to the truth about your missing past.
    With a little help from the mysterious Condor, you move closer to the faceless betrayer who left you to perish.

    "... superb graphics, in fact the best I've seen" Home Computing Weekly

    Contributed by FatherJack (62744) on May 18, 2015.

Advertisement in Computer Entertainment, July 1985:

    Mindshadow. A Unique Challenge In Home Computer Software:

    You're One In 4,762,300,000.

    The Question Is Which One?

    Amnesia. Complete and total. And very, very dangerous.

    Who are you and why were you left on this isolated beach to perish? The search for your identity begins here, but before it ends you will travel the globe seeking clues.

    You'll have to deal with intrigue, deceptions, reversals and unsavory characters to unravel the mystery of this "living novel."

    Phil Wiswell, the respected syndicated columnist, in his review of our new illustrated text adventure said: "Mindshadow is... frightening, frustrating and completely absorbing. Brilliant."

    Look at it this way: There are only four billion seven hundred sixty-two million three hundred thousand possibilities.

    Contributed by Belboz (6582) on Oct 26, 2001.

Back of cover sleeve:
    You find yourself lost in the middle of a mystery. Who are you? Where will you go? What will you do? London, Luxembourg. Across oceans and continents. You struggle for answers. For your identity. And for the faceless betrayer who left you to perish. Deception abounds. As do twisted traps and devious characters. But a wise, legendary bird named "Condor" helps in the worst of times. This brilliantly wrought mystery echoes with intricate challenges and unexpected reversals. Yet skillfully, it speaks to you in direct, simple prose. And its greatly expanded vocabulary allows you to talk to the computer in plain English. And that means hours of true enjoyment for both novice and advanced adventure.

    Contributed by Belboz (6582) on Jul 22, 2001.