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Kings Quest 4 The Perils of Rosella
Publisher: Sierra On-line     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1989

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Jun 89

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Pam wrote ...2003-05-29 19:10:54
the whole set of kings quest is available for the PC, check ebay etc. My mate loves this game, so much that i had to give it a go, and i have to say i think i have become a kings quest fan!
kim preston wrote ...2003-04-17 15:48:31
This was the absolute first computer game i ever played, I was about 8 years old and since then have probably played it all the way through 50 times, it still remains one of my favorites. It makes me laugh now to remember the months that it took to get through it. I think sierra should rerelease all these old games for PC. i'd buy all the kings quest games!
Matthias Arndt wrote ...2002-01-15 09:14:19
My sister loved this game. But I lost the papers and I cannot get past the protection check anymore. Typically Sierra adventure. Very good adventure game! Does anyone have a version without the password protection?
Nemesis wrote ...2001-12-10 18:57:53
My third ST game. And my first adventure from Sierra Online. The first few times I played this through was with a monochrome monitor still. Did it matter? Not a bit. After all those were the days when Sierra adventures still came with an atmospheric story and not totally unlogical puzzles - a bit of try and error here and there, granted, but overall you could solve it with your wits and logic thinking. And if there ever were games made worth of burning a few brain cells, King's Quest IV is definitely among them. The story may seem a bit cheesy in parts (though if you think it's too much, play King's Quest VI and VII on the PC - THEN you've seen cheesy) and there are the unavoidable "narrow path, one false move and you're dead" screens of classic Sierra adventures - but what the hell, it's a classic, it still rocks and it's worth the download anytime. :)