Legend Of Blacksilver (C64, 5 1/4" Disk) Epyx - 1988 USA, Canada Release
Legend Of Blacksilver
|Media||5 1/4" Disk|
|Category(s)||Entertainment, Role Playing|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
All you have to do is save the world.
The peaceful planet of Bantross is in turmoil. Severe earthquakes and floods rack entire continents. The beloved king has been kidnapped and his daughter is desperate for your help.
At the root of all the havoc is a treacherous baron who lusts after global power.
Your quest may take days... or months.
You face a complex, mysterious and terrifying journey.
You'll wander through ancient archives seeking secret secret knowledge. Venture into five dark dungeons spanning 40 levels to hunt for treasure. Visit 16 different towns to replenish supplies. Explore a magical 22-section labyrinth, play arcade games, games of chance and more.
Along the way you'll meet the wizard, illusionist, jester, contortionist and dozens of other intriguing characters. You'll need all the help you can get.
Rotlung parasites, poison darts and the maggot-infested Fetid Wheeze.
The are 82 hideous creatures waiting to wound, paralyze or kill you. Plus traps, bottomless pits and nasty guards.
If you're clever and crafty, you'll survive. Then, armed with special powers, you'll be prepared to challenge the baron... and win.
Whistling wind, echoing footsteps and the sound of your own heart pounding.
The Legend of Blacksilver comes to life with superb graphics and amazing sound effects.
You'll see torches flicker against damp walls. Watch monsters lunge and grow. Hear roaring surf as you approach the sea.
And you'll be in the heart of the action. Incredibly realistic first person views and 3-D effects make this adventure even more spine chilling, mind boggling and challenging.
- The hideous pagan advances. Try annihilating it with a glow tip spell.
- You approach Maelbane, the land of dark despair.
- In the towns you'll find merchants, prisons, and games of chance.
Developed by John and Charles Dougherty.