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Adventure Quest
Video game
DeveloperLevel 9 Computing
PublisherLevel 9 Computing
PlatformZX Spectrum, Oric-1, Lynx, Nascom, Memotech, Commodore 64, BBC, Amstrad CPC, Atari 400, MSX
Release date1983
GenreText-Adventure with Illustrations

Adventure Quest is a Text-Adventure and is the second part of The Middle-Earth Trilogy. Later, all names from Tolkien's work were changed and it was published (together with Adventure Quest and Dungeon Adventure) as The Jewels of Darkness by Firebird and Rainbird Software. One time they forget to change the name Amon Sûl in Mount Lehw. The authors of this game are Pete, Mike and Nick Austin.