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Adventure Game Scene of the Day — Monday 31 March 2014

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Here’s a shot from The Crimson Crown (1985) (a.k.a. Transylvania 2).

     
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Although I’ve never played it, I have a fond memory of this game.

     

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Me too. Maybe we both just have a fondness for eerie dungeons filled with sexy-looking statues.

     
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The original Transylvania was my very first adventure game, which is why I gave that one a try a few years ago. I have absolutely no memory of it (except that it felt like half the puzzles were actually copy protection). I’m not sure I even finished it, and if I did it must have been by slavishly following a walkthrough.

     

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Oscar - 31 March 2014 07:29 AM

Maybe we both just have a fondness for eerie dungeons filled with sexy-looking statues.

Oh, that too, of course.
Who doesn’t love sex & dungeons (preferably at the same time)?

But my fondness for CC comes from the fact I had managed to guess it in a very hard quiz (long time ago, when I was a quiz freak).

     

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The swordsman represented by the right statue has got to possess the worst military tactics ever since “Olaf the Hairy, High Chief of all the Vikings, accidentally ordered 80,000 battle helmets with the horns on the inside” - he is holding his sword upside down an by its blade?

     

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diego - 31 March 2014 09:11 AM

The swordsman represented by the right statue has got to possess the worst military tactics ever since “Olaf the Hairy, High Chief of all the Vikings, accidentally ordered 80,000 battle helmets with the horns on the inside” - he is holding his sword upside down an by its blade?

I’ve seen worse…

But yeah, they both look like they are pole-dancing with their weapons. Well, what else is there to do in a dungeon?

     

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