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'''Lord of the Rings: Game One''' (published in North-America as '''The Fellowship of the Rings Software Adventure''') is the sequel of [[The Hobbit (1982 video game)|The Hobbit]]. It is divided in two parts and has also a begginer's game. ''Lord of the Rings: Game One'' is a part of "[[The Tolkien Trilogy]]" and "[[The Tolkien Software Adventure Series]]".  
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'''Lord of the Rings: Game One''' (published in North-America as '''The Fellowship of the Rings Software Adventure''') is the sequel of [[The Hobbit (1982 video game)|The Hobbit]].<ref name="El Anillo">[http://www.meristation.com/v3/des_articulo.php?pic=CON&id=2254&idj=&idp=&tipo=art&c=1&pos=4 Meristation, El Anillo interactivo] p. 5 (retrieved 26 September)</ref> It is divided in two parts and has also a begginer's game.<ref name="Tolkien Games">[http://www.lysator.liu.se/tolkien-games/entry/lotr-gameone.html Tolkien Games] (retrieved 26 September 2010)</ref> ''Lord of the Rings: Game One'' is a part of "[[The Tolkien Trilogy]]"<ref name="El Anillo"/><ref name="Tolkien Games"/> and "[[The Tolkien Software Adventure Series]]".<ref name="Tolkien Games"/> It was licensed by the [[Tolkien Estate]].<ref name="Tolkien Games"/>
  
Included in the initial release was a paperback copy of ''[[The Fellowship of the Ring]]''.
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Included in the initial release was a paperback copy of ''[[The Fellowship of the Ring]]''.<ref name="Tolkien Games"/>
  
 
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Lord of the Rings: Game One
Video game
DeveloperBeam Software
PublisherMelbourne House (Lord of the Rings: Game One), Addison-Wesley (The Fellowship of the Rings Software Adventure), Guild Publishing (re-released)[1]
PlatformZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC Amstrad PCW, BBC B, Dragon (Lord of the Rings: Game One) and Apple II, MS-DOS, Commodore 64, Macintosh (The Fellowship of the Ring Software Adventure)
Release date1985
GenreIllustrated Text-Adventure

Lord of the Rings: Game One (published in North-America as The Fellowship of the Rings Software Adventure) is the sequel of The Hobbit.[2] It is divided in two parts and has also a begginer's game.[3] Lord of the Rings: Game One is a part of "The Tolkien Trilogy"[2][3] and "The Tolkien Software Adventure Series".[3] It was licensed by the Tolkien Estate.[3]

Included in the initial release was a paperback copy of The Fellowship of the Ring.[3]

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