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Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves
Category: Adventures / RPG

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Computer type:
Atari 400/800
Binary format:
Binary executable
Release date:
Code:
Stuart Smith
Minimum players:
1
Release date:
Code:
Stuart Smith
Minimum players:
1

Description
Alas! The lovely Princess Buddir al-Buddour has been kidnapped by a band of cunning cutthroats and merciless thieves, known as the Cogia Houssain, who have for years been stealing the wealth of the land. Now they have boldly stolen the sweet Princess, hiding her away in a secret cave deep in the mountains. You are Ali Baba, the heroic rescuer. In a strange dream, you pursue an obstacle-ridden and dangerous path to the cave, and after many exhausting trials, rescue the gentle maiden. This adventure game uses both keyboard commands and the joystick to vary the action. Dreaded creatures may block your path, and weapons may be used in combat.

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