Tolkien Gateway

Fuddo and Slam

(Difference between revisions)
(New page: {{expansion}} {{video game infobox | image=None | name=Fuddo and Slam | developer=Zenobi Software | publisher=Zenobi Software | platform=ZX Spectrum | rel...)
 
m (referenced)
Line 10: Line 10:
 
|}}
 
|}}
  
'''Fuddo and Slam''' is a parody based on [[The Lord of the Rings]]. It takes place after ''Bulbo'' gambled away his ring, and his friends ''Fuddo'' and ''Slam'' had to retrieve it. Its a sequel of [[An Everyday Tale of a Seeker of Gold]] and is a part of [[the Balrogian Trilogy]].
+
'''Fuddo and Slam''' is a parody based on [[The Lord of the Rings]].<ref name="Tolkien Games">[http://www.lysator.liu.se/tolkien-games/entry/fuddo.html Tolkien Games] (retrieved 3 December 2010)</ref> It takes place after ''Bulbo'' gambled away his ring, and his friends ''Fuddo'' and ''Slam'' had to retrieve it.<ref name="Tolkien Games"/> Its a sequel of [[An Everyday Tale of a Seeker of Gold]] and is a part of [[the Balrogian Trilogy]].<ref name="Tolkien Games"/><ref name="Spectrum">[http://www.worldofspectrum.org/infoseek.cgi Fuddo and Slam] at [[wikipedia:World of Spectrum|World of Spectrum]] (retrieved 3 Dec ember 2010)</ref> The game was designed by [[John Wilson]]<ref>[http://ifdb.tads.org/viewgame?history&id=i9m9j3bo50ku56o5 The Interactive Fiction Database] (retrieved 3 December 2010)</ref>
 +
and [[Shaun G. McClure]].<ref name="Spectrum"/>
  
 +
{{References{}
 +
 
[[Category:Parodies]]
 
[[Category:Parodies]]
 
[[Category:ZX Spectrum games]]
 
[[Category:ZX Spectrum games]]
 
[[Category:Text-Adventure video games]]
 
[[Category:Text-Adventure video games]]

Revision as of 21:09, 3 December 2010

"...It is a long tale..." — Aragorn
This article or section needs expansion and/or modification. Please help the wiki by expanding it.
None
Fuddo and Slam
Video game
DeveloperZenobi Software
PublisherZenobi Software
PlatformZX Spectrum
Release date1988
GenreText-Adventure

Fuddo and Slam is a parody based on The Lord of the Rings.[1] It takes place after Bulbo gambled away his ring, and his friends Fuddo and Slam had to retrieve it.[1] Its a sequel of An Everyday Tale of a Seeker of Gold and is a part of the Balrogian Trilogy.[1][2] The game was designed by John Wilson[3]

and Shaun G. McClure.[2]

{{References{}


Cite error: <ref> tags exist, but no <references/> tag was found