Abandonware DOS title

Simon the Sorcerer

Simon the Sorcerer is adventure game designed by Simon Woodroffe, developed and published by Adventure Soft and released in 1993. Often overlooked, Simon The Sorcerer is one of the finest point & click adventure games ever designed for DOS. In an era dominated by LucasFilm Games (later renamed LucasArts) and Sierra, Adventure Soft (the guys behind Waxworks and The Feeble Files) managed to produce a really enjoyable and funny adventure.
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simonsorcerer-5.jpg - Windows XP/98/95
simonsorcerer-1.jpg - Windows XP/98/95
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simonsorcerer-splash.jpg - Windows XP/98/95
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Simon the Sorcerer was re-released on CD, featuring voice-overs, with Simon being voiced by Chris Barrie.

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Additional info about Simon the Sorcerer

Status: NOT abandonware
Input: mouse
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom
Also published for: Acorn 32-bit, Amiga
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Comments

  • mgjesdal 09/11/2023 15:09
    It's actually designed by Mike Woodruffe, Simon's father. Simon wrote the story.
  • MarkTheMorose 06/07/2023 16:16
    Also released on multiple floppy disks for the Amiga; a CD version was also released for Amiga's with add-on CDROM drives, and the CD32.
  • AbandonwareDOS 10/01/2019 18:29
    @Becks, you're right: I fixed the game info changing DOS into Windows, just for clarity
  • Becks 09/01/2019 21:04
    The GOG version is not for MS-DOS, and not playable on retro systems without way too much hassle.
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