The Secret of Bastow Manor
From Sega Retro
|The Secret of Bastow Manor|
|Number of players: 1|
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The game was originally released on Commodore 64 and Commodore VIC-20 in 1983. It was converted to the SC-3000 and published by Dotsoft in 1984, exclusively in Australia. The game features superior full colour graphics compared to the Commodore 64 version.
The game is played using the Scott Adams Standard 2-word verb-noun parser.
The name of the game was found by the developer after scanning a street directory and finding Bastow Court in his local area.
You stand on the misty moors outside the walls of Bastow Manor.
Old man Bastow has disappeared, or so the story goes, leaving rumours of his great wealth hidden somewhere in the Manor.
The baying of the hounds behind the walls brings to mind tales of wandering ghosts and hidden traps.
Can you find the Treasure, solve the mystery.
....... and live!
— Box backcover
|Softgold Graphic Text Adventure Games for the Sega SC-3000|
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