Haunted Palace (The)

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Greg B. - 28/04/2011
Yeah, Fantasyland was actually pretty good and was certainly unique...IF you were lucky enough to actually get a readable disk from Crystalware - many people did not. All of their games had great concepts and all of them also exceeded the reach of every programmer who wrote them; the fact that they were in BASIC didn't help matters. There was also another game by these guys I owned which crashed every time you tried to restart the game after you died - which told me that nobody sat through the entire game even once before they shipped it.
jcat - 26/04/2011
Some of the Crystalware offerings weren't too shabby (Fantasyland 2041 comes to mind), however, this is a complete mess. Has anyone tried this? I don't think this game was even finished? Just walk from room to room and nothing you interact with works. The awful text-only title page isn't even centered properly, which should give you an idea of what you're in for. John Bell was no Mike Potter.

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GenreAdventure - MiscellaneousYear1982
LanguageBASICPublisherCrystalware
ControlsJoystick, KeyboardDeveloper
Players1CountryUSA
Programmer(s)

Bell, John A.

LicenseCommercial
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