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Lords of Time

by Sue Gazzard and Ian Buxton

Episode 1 of Time and Magik
Time Travel
1983

(based on 8 ratings)
1 member review

About the Story

A band of evil timelords are plotting to alter world history, and Father Time has chosen you to help stop them. This requires 9 symbolic objects from critical times in history. Chill to the ice-age, find the first hard disc, get lost in dark ages and find what the future may have in store.


Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Former commercial
Development System: A-Code
Baf's Guide ID: 881
IFID: LEVEL9-013
TUID: aa6m5ycux2y5iwuk

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Time and Magik
In the next room is the grandfather clock and once you have learnt to use it, you will be able to travel to nine different time zones. These include Roman times, a futuristic scenario with walkways, a prehistoric era where you will meet various dinosaurs and a frozen wasteland. [...] Lords of Time looks fascinating; I am very keen on games where you move from one time zone to another so I will definitely return to that.
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