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The Ice Princess

by Rüdiger Hanke

Romance
1995

(based on 1 rating)
2 member reviews

About the Story

While watching the skaters on Christmas Eve, you notice a beautiful woman. As you try to follow her, she leaves the ice rink, disappearing towards a forest... This is a demo of "The Ice Princess."
Full game offered for sale by author.
[--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]


Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: 8
License: Freeware
Development System: Mipric
Baf's Guide ID: 807
IFID: ZCODE-8-960901-F103
TUID: un2z1dwz5qham5ec

Editorial Reviews

SynTax
There are quite a few locations to explore in this wintry wonderland. An icy forest, a castle, the snowy woods, a chapel, crystal caves and a winter garden are just some. They are all nicely described and help to build up a 'picture' of the scenery in your minds-eye. [...] If this demo is anything to go by, then I imagine the whole game would be definitely worth obtaining. (Phil Richmond)
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SynTax

This is an interesting, busy kind of game that will keep you guessing, to-ing and fro-ing across the wintry landscape while trying to work out what to do next. If only you could get that fish from the bear near the river, or borrow the crying kid's toboggan, or cheer up the guardian of the caves so he might let you in to explore. Aaaarrgghh! So many puzzles to solve, and so few solved. (Bev Truter)
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