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Nirvana

by Anonymous - Wimsey Games Co.

Fantasy
1989

(based on 2 ratings)
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About the Story

"It is long ago in the magic land of Cornwall, where the Village of Lostwithiel nestles in the shadow of Bald Mountain."

"There is an evil curse upon the land. Each month, at the full of the moon, a young man disappears from the village, never to return. He has been bewitched by Nirvana the Ice Maiden. She lures him to her marble palace atop Bald Mountain, where he faces a fate worse than death."


Game Details

Language: English (en-us)
Current Version: 3.1
License: Shareware
Forgiveness Rating: Cruel
Baf's Guide ID: 592
IFID: Unknown
TUID: klt79zhm55mdllsl

Editorial Reviews

SynTax

It is well set out but unfortunately the '"..." is not in the dictionary' statement left me cursing the computer. The text descriptions are not bad but it only describes what you need to know or something that is important. The descriptions are of good length though, are well set out and even when I didn't look to see what the spelling and grammar are like, I assumed they were probably better than mine. (Russell "Rusty" Dowling)
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SynTax
What with the good puzzles and atmospheric descriptions this game is very good for the price, giving good value for money and will take even the most battle-hardened adventurer quite a while to complete. (James Judge)
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