King's Quest III: To Heir Is Human (1986)

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Kidnapped when he was quite young Gwydion has been slave of an evil wizard all his life. The wizard kills his slaves on their eighteenth birthday and Gwydion is just about turn that very ... See full summary »

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Kidnapped when he was quite young Gwydion has been slave of an evil wizard all his life. The wizard kills his slaves on their eighteenth birthday and Gwydion is just about turn that very age. When his master leaves on a journey Gwydion must learn the magical arts to escape his imprisonment and discover his heritage, as well as his destiny. Written by Liam Smith

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At the screen above the caverns, one of the mountains in the background is shaped like the logo of Sierra On-Line. When typing "look at valley", the game message ends with "it's a Sierra game!". See more »

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After killing the dragon, the player can perform the storm brew spell again. The dragon is standing up again, but without its heads, and is killed again without any bolts of lightning. See more »

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

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A good game.That's all that needs to be said.
13 April 2002 | by (Corby, Northamptonshire,England UK) – See all my reviews

"King's Quest III" is better than both "King's Quest I" and "King's Quest II", although I did like the previous ones. You play a slave called Gwydion who has been captured by an evil wizard.You must escape his home which is perched high up in the mountains,and explore the land.Once escaped from the wizard's home,you come across the three bears,evil Medusa,a spider and lots more. A good adventure game with tons of fun. The graphics are very poor,but nevertheless it remains a good game. A good game! That's all that needs to be said.


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