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Questprobe featuring Human Torch and The Thing

Questprobe featuring Human Torch and The Thing is an abandoned adventure game designed by Scott Adams, developed by Adventure International and released by Adventure International in 1985. Questprobe featuring Human Torch and The Thing runs on DOS. Questprobe featuring Human Torch and The Thing was based on a comic book. Download the game here. Questprobe featuring Human Torch and The Thing is part of the Questprobe game series.
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A Questprobe comic book tie-in was also released. Originally intended as a 12-issue miniseries, this series was canceled after issue #3 (November 1985) due to Adventure International's bankruptcy.

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