Lure of the temptress

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Lure of the temptress is a good adventure game released in 1992 by Virgin Interactive. It was developed by Revolution Software using the Virtual theatre engine. Lure of the temptress is currently freeware, runs on DOS and can be played in a 3rd person, side view perspective.
status: freeware game freeware
released: 1992
publisher: Virgin Interactive
developer: Revolution Software
designers: Dave Cummins
keywords: fantasy


Technical details

system: DOS
view: 3rd person, side view
multiplayer: single player only
game engine: Virtual theatre
input: key keyboard, mouse mouse
distribution: cd cd-rom, download download
graphics: EGA, VGA, MCGA
sound: Adlib, Sound Blaster, Roland, PC speaker
popularity: 2426 page views

Facts and trivia

In August 2003, the game was released as freeware. The data files are available from the Revolution Software website for download, but unfortunately the original source code for the game has been lost.

This was the first game developed by Revolution Software and was the debut for their own in-house developed Virtual Theatre game engine which Revolution's later games, Beneath a Steel Sky and the Broken Sword series, would utilise.

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