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Retro Danuart - Don Quijote [Dinamic]
« on: 01:03, 01 September 17 »
Don Quijote is a videogame developed and published in 1987 by Dinamic Software, based on the popular world literature work Don Quijote de la Mancha, by Miguel de Cervantes.


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Re: Retro Danuart - Don Quijote [Dinamic]
« Reply #1 on: 09:44, 01 September 17 »
Aaah... I played this one tons of times. It was not perfect for me though, there are a few instadeaths here and here and the necessity to eat spoiled quite a lot of the fun. However, I still managed to enjoy it, it is just that I think that an adventure game should penalize you only for something really obvious and let you to take your time to think. I this regard, I don't believe that having to eat in a mandatory way helps  :)


On the other hand, I think that the vector grapichs in this game are among the best on its class...
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Re: Retro Danuart - Don Quijote [Dinamic]
« Reply #2 on: 16:09, 01 September 17 »
Ah the joys of watching the lines appear and then the shapes getting filled in... :D

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Re: Retro Danuart - Don Quijote [Dinamic]
« Reply #3 on: 21:27, 01 September 17 »
Well, it's almost impossible to finish without a guide...Not easy to know by yourself to do...