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Cloud 99

by Linda Wright

1988

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Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Former commercial
Development System: PAW
Baf's Guide ID: 2464
IFID: Unknown
TUID: 2ehua4969kymorst

Editorial Reviews

SynTax
"The story behind Cloud 99 is nice and contrived adventure fare. You awake after a night of strange dreams of Jack Frost [...] messing about with the weather halls of Cloud 99. Your room is illuminated by a weird shimmering light and you, coming from good stock, decide to investigate. Your aim is to stop Jack and put right the damage he has caused."
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Your Sinclair

"I found very little I could fault in this game... and you know how hard I try! The PAW's been well used, the problems range from the simple to the head-scratchers, it's refreshingly different and should appeal to adventurers old and new. You might think with only 44 locations it could be a bit limited, but that only goes to show that you don't need 200+ locations to make for a good game. Linda Wright's adventures are definitely proving alright by me."
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Best of The Quill, PAW and GAC by Denk
More than 1000 games were made with the British tools "The Quill", "PAW" and "GAC" through the 80s and early 90s. Some bad, others worth playing today. I would like to know which are the best. Those with the most votes are probably among...




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