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Earthly delights

Earthly delights is an old DOS crime and mystery interactive fiction, text only adventure game developed by Datamost in 1984 from an original idea by Roger Webster - Daniel Leviton. Earthly delights can be enjoyed in single player mode from a text-based perspective. It's available for download.
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The introduction to the game describes the painting as "Parrish's Earthly Delight", alluding to American painter Maxfield Parrish. This allusion is supported by the painting's depiction on the cover, which mimics the mountainous landscape of Parrish's Canyon and female subject in flowing dress common in his works. Though Parrish never created a piece named Earthly Delight, Dutch artist Hieronymus Bosch painted a triptych named The Garden of Earthly Delights in the early 16th century.

players: single player

input: keyboard

Abandonware DOS popularity: very low

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