Starting at the exact moment the last Chapter left off, just as King Graham tosses his adventurer's cap into the air he falls downs down dying. His daughter, Rosella, is contacted through the mirror by an enchanted fairy who shows her a way to find a cure for her father but there is a price: Rosella must stop the enchantress Lolette. Written by
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King's Quest IV: The Mystery of Rosella
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The game came out in two versions: the AGI version, which was released in 1988, and the SCI version, which was released in 1989. Although, when they came out, the SCI version was more highly anticipated and successful because it took advantage of improved technology in personal computing, the AGI version is considered the among the best AGI games made by Sierra and is highly sought after by collectors. See more
One of Rosella's sub-quests is to steal the magic hen from the ogre's house. In the end it is revealed the hen belongs to Genesta. Since Genesta lives on an island separate from Tamir's mainland, it is not clear how was the hen in the ogre's possession. See more