The Sacred Armour of Antiriad

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The Sacred Armour of Antiriad
Titlescreen of the game
Developer Andrew Fitter, Dan Malone
Publisher Palace Software
Musician Richard Joseph
Release 1986
Platform(s) CPC, C64, ZX Spectrum
Genre Platform
Game Modes Single player
Controls Joystick
Media disk Cassette
Language Language:english Language:french Language:german Language:spanish

The Sacred Armour of Antiriad is a platform game, originally released by Palace Software in 1986. It was released in several other countries under different names (L'Armure Sacrée d'Antiriad in France, La Armadura Sagrada de Antiriad in Spain, and Die Heilige Rüstung des Antiriad in Germany), and it was also re-released in the United Kingdom by Silverbird under the shortened name of Antiriad, and by Hi-Tec Software under its original name.



A 16-page comic, illustrated by Dan Malone, was included with the original version of the game by Palace Software.