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Game #238
Crack of Doom   Collection: Tolkien Games
Interactive Fiction   Graphical IF

Rating: 8.34 (46 votes)

Crack of Doom box cover

Crack of Doom screenshot
Beam's The Tolkien Trilogy closes on a positive note with this solid adventure that is both longer and more complex than its predecessors. The game follows the adventures of Frodo and his band of Hobbit through to the end of Tolkien's novels, climaxing at the memorable Ring forging scene. A great game in all respects, except for the fact that unlike earlier games you are restricted to playing one character (Sam the Hobbit) this time around.

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Philip Mitchell
Developer: Beam International
Publisher: Melbourne House
Year: 1988
Software Copyright: Melbourne House
Theme: Fantasy, Licensed
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Hobbit, The, Fellowship of The Ring, The, Shadows of Mordor

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