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Game #404
Fellowship of The Ring, The   Collection: Tolkien Games
Interactive Fiction   Graphical IF

Rating: 7.61 (57 votes)

Fellowship of The Ring, The box cover

Fellowship of The Ring, The screenshot
After the excellent The Hobbit, Beam Software disappointed its fans with this subpar adventure that has almost incomprehensible puzzles, grammatical errors, and an overall drop in quality. It feels almost as if The Hobbit's designers took a long vacation and left some amateur to finish this game. Good for some amusing moments and general Tolkienesque nostalgia, but don't expect it to be half as good as its predecessor. It gets credit, however, for being one of the first computer games that allow you to play multiple characters, in this case Frodo, Sam, and Pippin.

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Unknown
Developer: Beam International
Publisher: Melbourne House
Year: 1986
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, Crack of Doom, Shadows of Mordor

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