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1. Posted: Tue 25th Dec 2012 14:16 GMT
There's this really special maze game that was on the Apple 2 way back when I was in Middle school in the 90s. It was mostly black & white. You moved a little white guy that looked like Mario in shape. The game was in top down view. The walls in the mazes were all white I think. The enemies were these weird looking alien snakes with like three balls attached to their heads which had antlers on them. The main Menu, was in color. It showed a Castle wall with a torch in it, with a snake passing by every now and then.
Anybody' out there has played enough classic Apple 2 games (especially maze games) to perhaps know about the one I'm describing. If you do, and you could give me a name, you would be giving me my best Christmas girt this holiday.
Oh and there was this powerful wound that the snakes loved to get around so you had to be extra careful when you picked it up to increase your overall score. Please someone help me, I've already tried searching for this game everywhere, with no success.
The simple maze game was probably the collest Apple 2 game ever made in my opinion.
Edited on Tue 25th December, 2012 @ 14:18 by Arcticbird
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2. Posted: Tue 25th Dec 2012 14:31 GMT
Was it called think quick?
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"A dragon has taken over the Castle of Mystikar. To defeat the dragon, you must find the parts to build an enchanted knight which are spread throughout the castle. Numerous locked doors, many of which need to be opened in the proper order, block passageways. Roaming the halls are numerous slime worms, who will swallow you whole or fall asleep if you can feed them some flowers first. From any of the castle rooms you can access your hideout, which allows you to store useful items and clues you may find, and also pause the game. Each section of the castle has a time limit, and gets progressively harder. A castle builder is also included allowing players to create their own maze and puzzles."
Edited on Tue 25th December, 2012 @ 14:31 by JustAnotherUser
3. Posted: Tue 25th Dec 2012 15:01 GMT
Yes!! That's the game! THANK YOU SO MUCH!! OMG! I've been badly wanting to play this awesome game since the 90s. Christmas this year will actually end up being great after all for me. I was starting to feel a little depressed, not anymore. All thanks to you
Can't wait to get this game back and start playing it again..wow! So it looks like it was a learning game of some kind, cool!
Edited on Tue 25th December, 2012 @ 15:02 by Arcticbird
4. Posted: Tue 25th Dec 2012 15:09 GMT
I'm glad I could be of help.
I hope you enjoy the rest of your day.