Last updated on September 15th, 2023 at 09:22 am
Black Magic is an arcade adventure game that was released for the Commodore 64 and Amiga in 1987.
- Black Magic has received mixed reviews over the years. Some reviewers have praised the game for its challenging gameplay, large map to explore, and above-average graphics for a 1987 C64 game, while others have criticized it for its repetitive gameplay and lack of depth.
- The game is set in a dark and mysterious world, and the player takes on the role of a wizard trying to defeat an evil sorcerer.
- The game’s mechanics are complex, and the player must solve puzzles, cast spells, and fight enemies to progress through the levels.
- The game’s graphics are above average for a 1987 C64 game, with detailed backgrounds and character sprites.
– Black Magic was developed by Datasoft, a company known for creating games like Bruce Lee and Zorro
– The game was released for the Amiga in 1989, two years after its initial release for the Commodore 64
– Black Magic has been compared to other arcade adventure games, such as The Legend of Zelda and Golden Axe Warrior
– The game has been re-released on various platforms, including the Apple II and PC
Black Magic is an arcade adventure game that has received mixed reviews over the years. While some players enjoy its challenging gameplay and above-average graphics, others criticize its repetitive gameplay and lack of depth. The game’s mechanics are complex, and it has been compared to other arcade adventure games. Black Magic has been re-released on various platforms, including the Apple II and PC.
Very different version from the Amiga one.
Black Magic is a ambitious game. Mazes, animals, various kind of difficulties. Learning where the eyes are is a priority. When you collect all the eyes and bring them to the statue of Aganar then the game is not over yet: you have to bring down Zahgrim, and so confronting him in a final duel.
Black Magic is a game world, primitive but effective. Music is almost only effects.