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Ring of Doom (video game)

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'''''Ödesringen''''' (Swedish for '''''Ring of Doom''''') is a text-adventure written by [[Chris Peters]] in the programming language [[wikipedia:BASIC|BASIC]].<ref>[http://www.meristation.com/v3/des_articulo.php?pic=CON&id=2254&idj=&idp=&tipo=art&c=1&pos=3 Meristation, El Anillo interactive] p. 4 (retrieved at 15 August 2010)</ref>
'''Ödesringen''' (Swedish: ''Ring of Doom'') is a Text-Adventure written by [[Chris Peters]].
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In this Text-Adventure the player has to cross [[Moria]] and [[Mordor]]. The game ends when the [[One Ring]] is thrown into the fires of [[Mount Doom]].  
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In this text-adventure the player has to cross [[Khazad-dûm|Moria]] and [[Mordor]]. The game ends when [[The One Ring]] is thrown into the fires of [[Mount Doom]].<ref>[http://www.lysator.liu.se/tolkien-games/entry/lotr-microbee.html Ring of Doom/Ödesringen] at Tolkien Games (retrieved 13 June 2011)</ref>
  
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Ring of Doom / Ödesringen
Video game
DeveloperMicroworld
PublisherBergsla
PlatformMicrobee
Release date1983
GenreText-adventure

Ödesringen (Swedish for Ring of Doom) is a text-adventure written by Chris Peters in the programming language BASIC.[1]

Gameplay

In this text-adventure the player has to cross Moria and Mordor. The game ends when The One Ring is thrown into the fires of Mount Doom.[2]

References

  1. Meristation, El Anillo interactive p. 4 (retrieved at 15 August 2010)
  2. Ring of Doom/Ödesringen at Tolkien Games (retrieved 13 June 2011)