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Curse of Enchantia

Curse of Enchantia is a point-and-click graphic adventure game that was released in 1992. It was developed by Core Design and initially published by Core Design in Europe and by Cyberdreams in North America.
In Curse of Enchantia, players control a teenage boy named Brad who is mysteriously transported to the fantasy world of Enchantia. The game follows Brad's journey as he tries to find a way back home, encountering various characters and solving puzzles along the way.
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Curse of Enchantia review

Amiga Action (1992): "Enchantia appears to be a well-made and cleverly constructed package. The no-text interface works well, making the game appealing to those gamers who normally run in the opposite direction to adventures. The same can be said for the joystick control option which makes certain sections of the game requiring fast movements easier and less annoying to play. All in all Curse of Enchantia comes across as flawless."

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Additional info about Curse of Enchantia

Status: abandonware
Input: keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk
Also published for: Amiga
Abandonware DOS views: 12019

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