King's Quest VIII: Mask of Eternity (1998)

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A young man battles to save his home from an evil spell that can only be reversed when obtains an object known as The Mask Of Eternity.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Mary Kay Bergman ...
Apothecary Gnome / Swamp Witch (voice)
S. Scott Bullock ...
Connor / King Mudge
Jennifer Darling ...
Lady of the Lake / Swamp Wisp / Unicorn / Ugly Beast (voice)
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King Gryph / Weirdling Tradesman (voice)
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Ice Orc Foot Soldier / Skeleton #2 / Swamp Wisp (voice)
Ben Houge ...
Ferryman / Skeleton #1 (voice)
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Daventry Official / Sage Gnome (voice)
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Ice Lord / King Graham / Weapon Seller Gnome (voice)
Jan Rabson ...
Crystal Mystic / Henchman (voice)
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Lord Azriel / Lucreto / Prophet Tree (voice)
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Archon / Spirit Knight / Wizard (voice)
Philece Sampler ...
Queen Freesa / Swamp Wisp (voice)
Kirsten Seibert ...
Gwennie (voice)
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Sara / Sylph (voice)
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Armor Seller Gnome / Hillman / Unseen Character (voice)
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A young man battles to save his home from an evil spell that can only be reversed when obtains an object known as The Mask Of Eternity.

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Trivia

It is the only game in the series where the main character is neither King Graham nor any other member of the royal family. See more »

Goofs

Connor refers to the skeletons in the witch's castle as "victims of the witch's wiles." This is due to the fact that she was meant to have been able to shift into the form of a beautiful girl before the idea was dropped due to the loss of the game's intended engine. See more »

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[first lines]
King Graham: Ah, I see we have a surplus in grain this season.
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Special thanks given to: Zippy the Incredibly Inflatable Spitting Wonder Llama, The World Famous Talking Bear--and all the moms, dads, husbands, wives, girlfriends, boyfriends & significant others without whom this game would have been completed months earlier. See more »

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Follows King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne (1985) See more »

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King's Quest Rules
11 October 1999 | by (Palo Alto, California) – See all my reviews

I have always been a King's Quest fan, and this is one of the best KQ games ever. It's just classic. The plot is fun, Connor and the supporting characters are fun, all the puzzles and potions are fun, and even the fights are fun. The easter eggs, by the way, are fun, too.

I understand there was some controversy about making a violent KQ, but compared to what you can find out there today, I really don't think the violence was that important. Mask of Eternity followed in the noble footsteps of its predecessors, keeping with the mind-blowing puzzles and exploration King's Quest has always had.

Congratulations to the KQ team for another beautiful installment! And if this turns out to be the final Quest, well - it was a worthy swansong.


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