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Lure of the Temptress
Publisher: Virgin Games     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1992

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# 35 - Jun 92

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J. S. Stock wrote ...2006-12-05 16:42:44
Rather good game, but lacking something I thought. Liked the Virtual Theatre thingummy though and spying on people through windows.
Matt_B wrote ...2006-09-04 11:46:34
I thought this was quite a nice game, but more for the system - which was indeed on a par with LucasArts - than the actual adventure itself which was quite short and more than little cliched. Revolution's later games were a lot better; although they didn't come out for the ST they're still worth hunting down.
Z.e.r.o wrote ...2002-03-07 01:45:53
Te interface is smooth and intuitive and leaves all the screen to the playing areas. Artwork are ok, the only disappointing factor, in my opinion, is the lenght of the game and its anticlimatic ending. But overall the game is really worth playing because it put you in a *little* virtual world with logical and plausible puzzles to resolve.
Chris Bourne wrote ...2002-02-13 18:59:22
They took on Lucasarts with this release, ad very nearly succeeded. Revolution learened from their mistakes and became the leaders in point-and-click adventures. Broken Sword 1 and 2 are the best p&c adventures ever, I only hope Broken Sword 3 is up to the standards set.