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[[The Forest of Fear]] is a Text-Adventure from [[Eamon]]. It is the sequel of [[The Mines of Moria (video game)|The Mines of Moria]]. In this game you have to free Mirkwood from the evil of [[Dol Guldur]], once the fortess of [[Sauron]]. There are some strange things, like there are ''Stormtroopers'' and [[Treebeard]] is in Mirkwood. The author of this game was [[Sam Ruby]]. It is the second part from [[Eamon]]'s [[The Lord of the Rings (Eamon series)|The Lord of the Rings]] series.
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[[The Forest of Fear]] is a Text-Adventure from [[Eamon]]. It is the sequel of ''[[The Mines of Moria (video game)|The Mines of Moria]]''. The objective of the game is to free Mirkwood from the evil of [[Dol Guldur]], the fortess of [[Sauron]]. There are some discrepancies from the source material, like ''Stormtroopers'', and [[Treebeard]] lives in Mirkwood. The author of this game was [[Sam Ruby]]. It is the second part from [[Eamon]]'s ''[[The Lord of the Rings (Eamon series)|The Lord of the Rings]]'' series.
  
 
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The Forest of Fear
Video game
DeveloperEamon
PublisherEamon
PlatformApple II
Release date1985
GenreText-Adventure

The Forest of Fear is a Text-Adventure from Eamon. It is the sequel of The Mines of Moria. The objective of the game is to free Mirkwood from the evil of Dol Guldur, the fortess of Sauron. There are some discrepancies from the source material, like Stormtroopers, and Treebeard lives in Mirkwood. The author of this game was Sam Ruby. It is the second part from Eamon's The Lord of the Rings series.