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Daughter of Serpents

Daughter of Serpents is an abandoned DOS adventure game set in Africa, developed by Eldritch Games, designed by Richard Edwards, Chris Elliot and published by Millennium Interactive in 1992. It's available for download.
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Input: keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk, cd-rom

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  • john west - 17/07/2020 13:54
    poossibly a good game some of the graphics for its age are very good but through its life the game has been modifed and changed from my experience it is very difficult to play as a lot of the original game appears to have been lost so difficult to determine what errors there are . Ive tracked the basic game and it involves a kind of detective trying to track down a serpent cult in egypt with elements of horror culture of the forties , if anone has the original game have a copy of the game for a reasonable price which does not infringe copyright i would like to hear from them .i have seen copies offered at up to £100 but im afraid the game is hardly worth that as it is noted that it was quite short when it first came out and quite limited in appeal
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