Advertising Blurbs

Advertisement in UK magazine ST Format 1990/11:
    You are on a quest to rid the kingdom of an evil Demon and his minions, rescue the princess and restore honour to your king. Your quest will lead you through caves, swamps, temples and castles before reaching your ultimate challenge . . . the Demon himself.

    Wrath of the Demon combines spectacular graphics, animation, sound and playability, featuring:

    • Over 600 Screens of Action
    • Over 1400 Frames of Animation
    • 15 Levels Parallax Scrolling for Realistic 3D Effect
    • Bi-directional Smooth Scrolling
    • State of the Art Animation
    • Breath taking Background
    • Over 100 Colours on Screen
    • 60 Frames/sec
    • Over 3 Megabytes of Graphics
    • Large Well-defined Characters
    • More than 100 Different Monsters
    • 20 Different Movements
    • Stereo Hi-Fi Music
    • Large on-screen Maps
    • Save Game Option
    • Arcade Game Quality


    Superb gameplay and control of characters makes this a stunning graphic adventure in every sense.

    Available for Amiga, Atari ST, IBM PC and C64.

    Contributed by Jo ST (24081) on Jul 24, 2015.

Back of Box - Commodore 64 (UK):

    Nothing Escapes the Demon's Grasp!

    Legends tell of a time when fear ruled the land. A time when no man, woman or child was safe from the spread of evil. A time when a fierce Demon sent his evil minions to roam through the land and make the Kingdom his own.
    That time is upon us once again . . .
    You have summoned by the King to defend the realm, rescue the Princess, and rid the Kingdom of the evil Demon before all is lost. Your quest will lead you through caves, swamps, temples and castles before reaching your ultimate challenge . . . the Demon himself.

    Wrath of the Demon combines spectacular graphics, animation, sound and playability, featuring:
    • 3 Megabytes of graphics data
    • 600 screens of action
    • 1,400 frames of animation
    • over 100 monsters, some larger than half the screen
    • more than 100 colours on screen
    • smooth 60 frames per second, 15-level parallax scrolling for realistic 3D effect
    • compatible with processor accelerators

    WRATH
    OF THE
    DEMON™




    Contributed by FatherJack (62754) on May 11, 2015.