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A Magical Adventure that Will Touch Your Heart
From the creative talents of best-selling computer game author Roberta Williams, comes the seventh exciting chapter in the King's Quest Series: King's Quest: The Princeless Bride, the most heartwarming and beautifully animated adventure game of all time.
Unfolding in book-like chapters, The Princeless Bride begins when Princess Rosella is lured into a magical pool and the enchanted world beyond. Her mother Queen Valanice plunges in after her and they find themselves in a land beyond dreams.
The Realm of Eldritch is inhabited by delightful and fantastic creatures, talking stags, friendly trolls, a magnificent crystal dragon, and many others. But Eldritch is in the darkest peril. An evil enchantress plots to destroy the magic Realm, forcing Rosella and Valanice to use their courage, wisdom and heart as they battle for the survival of an entire world.
Using breath-taking feature-film quality animation, this epic story takes you through a series of magical regions: a mystic and ancient desert, the volcanic crystal caverns of the trolls, a delightfully spooky land of surprises, and so much more. As Rosella searches for the beautiful Etheria, Land of Clouds, Valanice searches for her daughter, and both become caught up in the adventure of their lives.
Imaginative, rich and humorous storytelling.
The highest quality animation graphics ever created for a PC game.
Enhanced interface make the game even more enjoyable.
Superb soundtrack, fully orchestrated with over 100 melodies and original composition.
A wonderful cast of captivating characters, who come alive with rich speed and acting.
MS-DOS 5.0+, Win 3.1+, Windows 95, soundcard with DAC (Soundblaster and 100% compatibles in DOS), 486/25, 8MB RAM, 5MB on hard drive, 2x CD-ROM, SVGA.
PC Gamer, March 1995
"Something that's new in KQ7 is its non-linear, tag-team approach. You play both Valanice and Rosella in alternating gaming chapters. You don't even have to play straight through the quest to reach the end-game sequence."
"The best thing about KQ7 is the imagination that's evident in every chapter. As always, the game is influenced by everything from Mother Goose to The Wizard of Oz, and from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow to Lost City of the Incas."
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