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Blackwyche

• Publisher: Ultimate
• Developer:
Ultimate
Release Date: 1985
Code: Dave Thomas

GFX: Bob Thomas
Music: Dave Thomas

ZZAP64 Game Rating: 53%
Our Game Rating: 83%
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• Completed by Matthew Rogers
• Reviewed by Vinny Mainolfi

Back in 1985 I spent most of my summer holiday, evenings and night times trying to complete this little gem. I really was hooked on this game and even started to build my own map to share with my mates. Fortunately - someone else had produced a map and solution and so it wasn't long after that, that I managed to see the ending.

This time round, we are treated to the ending thanks to Matthew Rogers...


The final door...


...where you have to defeat the final boss.


Sir Arthur is here to save the day.


KA-BOOM!


"You're welcome."


"Off you trot."


The End.

HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?: "Matthew is a chee-eat!" c(",)

SO WHAT HAPPENS?: Well - once you have defeated the final "BIG HEADED" boss, the trapped ghost thanks you and makes a hasty retreat. The screen then blends into the words, "CONGRATULATIONS YOU HAVE COMPLETED BLACKWYCHE. LOOK OUT FOR SIR ARTHUR PENDRAGON'S NEXT EXCITING ADVENTURE IN DRAGONSKULLE." This is all accompanied by sound effects.

COMMENTS:

  • Vinny: To be honest - it's one of those endings you would have expected with this type of game, which is why I have given it a higher mark than usual. I do remember completing it back in the day and being totally satisfied with the ending. In fact - I think I ran round my bedroom screaming: "YES! YES! YES!" I'm sure my parents were a little suspect as to what I was up to :-/

  • Brendan Phoenix: Vinny, I did the exact same thing.

    I actually did a new map a few years back - I still have it as well.

    Without a doubt this is the best ending of all the Sir Arthur Pendragon games. I love them, really do. Some of the puzzles are a little obscure, but it was great fun discovering new rooms and searching the ship.

  • Andrew Fisher: It's my least favourite of the Pendragon games, but a reasonable ending all the same.

FINAL SAY: WYSIWYG c(".)

G.E. RATING: 5 / 10

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