King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne (1985)

Video Game  |  Adventure, Fantasy  |  1985 (USA)
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King Graham has now been ruling Daventry for years now, but has yet to find a bride. While sitting in his throne room one an image of a beautiful woman appears in his mirror to whom he ... See full summary »

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King Graham has now been ruling Daventry for years now, but has yet to find a bride. While sitting in his throne room one an image of a beautiful woman appears in his mirror to whom he falls instantly in love with, but she has been imprisoned so Graham travels to the land in which she lives to resue her Written by Liam Smith

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Two of the foes Graham encounters - the snake and the lion - can be killed, but the game awards more points for dealing with them non-violently, similarly to the first game King's Quest: Quest for the Crown (1984). See more »

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Count Dracula is always one of the guests at the wedding, even if Graham killed him. See more »

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Followed by King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow (1992) See more »

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Fantastic follow-up. Even better than the original.
24 March 2001 | by (Gansbaai, South Africa) – See all my reviews

"King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne" is another classic adventure game from Sierra, the masters of excellent gaming. It follows up to the first, and you are once again Graham of Daventry. Your Quest is to find Princess Rosella, who is missing.

In this game you control Graham with the pointer keys, and have to type commands manually. Yet, even though it's tough work, it's real fun. The only really irritating part is when you type something in that the computer's vocabulary doesn't hold and then says for instance: "What is a smart?" That sucks. The game is a huge improvement over the original. Great fun, very interesting and magically wrote. Although crude to today's graphic adventures, I rate this one seven out of ten.


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