Impossibility (Ariolasoft) Review | Computer & Video Games - Everygamegoing


By Ariolasoft
Commodore 64

Published in Computer & Video Games #44


Nice game - shame about the graphics! Realm Of Impossibility, along with the classic Archon, must be one of Ariolasoft's most interesting games to date.

The basic idea comes direct from Dungeons and Dragons - you have to go on a quest through 13 dangerous dungeons in search of the seven crowns of the Middle Kingdoms, stolen by the evil cleric Wistrik.

Zombies, snakes and other nasties inhabit the dungeons - but you can pick up various spells along the way which are useful when fighting off these horrors.

Realm Of Impossibility

The dungeons are drawn 3D-style and don't look that bad - but the rest of the characters you find look not unlike pin-men!

The sound is good, the program well presented - with an extensive set of instruction screens on the disc version - and the list of game options is impressive. You can select which dungeon you wish to explore and the difficulty level.

There is a neat two player game which features a unique "resurrection" option.