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'''King's Quest: Quest for the Crown''' was the first game in the [[King's Quest series]].  The game follows a knight named Sir Graham, who is given a task to find the magical stolen treasures of the Kingdom of Daventry (the magic mirror, shield and chest) by King Edward.  If Sir Graham succeeds at his quest, he will become the next king of Daventry.
 
'''King's Quest: Quest for the Crown''' was the first game in the [[King's Quest series]].  The game follows a knight named Sir Graham, who is given a task to find the magical stolen treasures of the Kingdom of Daventry (the magic mirror, shield and chest) by King Edward.  If Sir Graham succeeds at his quest, he will become the next king of Daventry.

Revision as of 12:21, 18 January 2011

King's Quest: Quest for the Crown
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First release 1984
Also known as King's Quest I
KQ, KQ1
Developed by Sierra
Published by Sierra
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms MS-DOS, Tandy 1000
Mac, Apple II
Apple IIGS, Amiga
Atari ST, PCjr
Sega Master System
Resolution AGI/SCI: 320x200, 16 colors
Engine AGI, SCI
Support AGI: Since ScummVM 0.10.0.
SCI: Since ScummVM 1.2.0.
Available for
Purchase
Yes

King's Quest: Quest for the Crown was the first game in the King's Quest series. The game follows a knight named Sir Graham, who is given a task to find the magical stolen treasures of the Kingdom of Daventry (the magic mirror, shield and chest) by King Edward. If Sir Graham succeeds at his quest, he will become the next king of Daventry.

Miscellaneous

  • The AGI version comes on 1 3.5" and 1 or 2 5.25" disks.
  • The SCI version comes on 3 3.5" and 9 5.25" disks.

External links