MEGA-EPIC SPANS BOTH SIDES OF EIGHT 5 1/4" DISKS
King's Quest IV, which was Sierra's 1988 best-seller and the best-selling animated adventure game in microcomputing history, is also now shipping for Apple II owners. This mega-epic is large in both scope and sheer size. Occupying 16 disk sides, with over 140 screens, King's Quest IV is Roberta Williams' largest Apple II product since her 1983 effort TIME ZONE (still the largest game ever written for the Apple II).
King's Quest IV, which continues the story of King Graham of Daventry and his royal family, is perhaps the toughest Sierra adventure ever released, and is not recommended for beginning adventurers. Hint Books for King's Quest IV are also now shipping.
Issue 5: Spring 1989
- Cartoon/Drawing Contest (Issue 5)
- Customer Support Forum
- From Supertramp to Space Quest III: An Interview with Bob Siebenberg
- Issue 5 Credits
- Our Readers Respond
- Pirated Copies of Leisure Suit Larry Contain Virus
- Police Quest Used in Real-Life Police Officer Training
- Presidents Corner
Products For Your Computer
- Apple II Family of Computers
- Sierra On-Line Wins Awards
- Sierra Picture Contest
- Silpheed: New Sequel to Thexder
- Space Quest III: The Men Who Designed The Game
- The Making of King's Quest IV
- Twenty Four Hour Automated Hint Line Now Operational!
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