Loom: a fantasy adventure by Lucasfilm
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Loom is one of the first graphic adventures released by Lucasfilm Games. It was designed by Brian Moriarty and it follows a fantasy theme. There's no inventory and it lacks classic commands like "look", "take", etc. You can play tunes using a combination of notes in order to interact with the world.
More info about Loom:
- Genres: adventure, point and click adventure
- System: DOS
- Released In: 1990
- Publisher: LucasArts
- Developer: LucasArts
- Designers: Brian Moriarty
- Keywords: fantasy, Engine: SCUMM
- Modes: single-player
- Input: keyboard, mouse, joystick
- Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk, cd-rom
- Also published for: Amiga, Atari ST, FM Towns, Linux, Macintosh
The original package offered an audio tape with a 30 minute audio drama that explained the nature and history of the Loom world, and the whereabouts of Bobbin's birth. The package also offered an illustrated notebook, The Book of Patterns, supposedly belonging to apprentice weavers in the game world.
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