Sorcerer of Claymorgue Castle Reviews
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Commodore 16, Plus/4Commodore User (Aug, 1985)
None can be fairly compared with the 64 versions, with their attractive full-colour graphics, but thought of as text-only 'originals', they're all very diverting and virtually faultless.
ZX SpectrumPersonal Computer Games (Dec, 1984)
Well, what can one say about Scott Adams' adventures? They've been around for a very long time now in one form or another, but the fact is that whenever a new one comes out it is always a good buy.
ZX SpectrumCrash! (Jan, 1985)
Sorcerer of Claymorgue Castle is an offering from a highly regarded force in adventure publishing, Scott Adams Adventure International. Commercially it is as slick, polished and viably marketed as only American software can be. Superb graphics and a racy response give the game the edge. However, you can't help but get the feeling that beneath the razzmatazz the plot is a shade dull and uninspiring. As was said during a hamburger commercial and the US Presidential Election, Where's the meat?