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Gobliins 2 The Prince Buffoon
Publisher: Coktel Vision     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1992

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# 43 - Feb 93

There is a prequel to this game called Gobliins

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small ST picture raytraced by Rich Davey 2001

Mento wrote ...2004-06-21 11:00:44
Brilliant Point-n-Click adventure. I also owned the third one for the PC. There are some brilliant comedic moments, which usually lead to one goblin laughing at the other one (pretty much any situation where a Goblin stuck his hand in a random hole). The simultaneously-acting Goblins made the puzzles top-notch too, just a few screens could keep you guessing for days.
SaTcom2 wrote ...2004-03-10 23:31:31
This was the first point and click I got heavily into on the ST, this is sooo good. The weird voices they created for the characters are awesome, and the intro cartoon is one of the best on the ST, if you like really silly and weird intros. If you only play one point and clicker play this one, it is full of bizarre antics and way out humor. And if you like this play Woodruff and the Schnibble on PC too, same creators, even weirder.
Hyrax wrote ...2002-01-16 00:24:10
I loved the wierd language they spoke in this game... got stuck at the castle though :(.
adrian lovatt wrote ...2001-12-11 10:31:57
More fun with the Goblins. Again, great graphics and puzzles, funny animation.