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Shadows of Mordor

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ShadowsOfMordor_1_0.zip (5.56 MB)
For System 1 - 5 - System 6.x
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MordorManual.pdf
Emulation
This game works with: Mini vMac

"An officially licensed J.R.R. Tolkien 'Lord of the Rings' text adventure game based on the second part of the trilogy - 'The Two Towers'. You can select to play as either Frodo or Sam. The game follows the plot of the book closely and many locations have accompanying illustrations. Unusually for a text adventure game the action happens in real time so if you sit there thinking of what to do next, things will happen in the game eg. creatures will move from location to location." --MobyGames.com

See also: The Hobbit, Fellowship of the Ring, Crack of Doom

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Architecture: 68k

Disk image can self-boot with Mini vMac or run from hard drive. May work with later OS versions, but not recommended.

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maclegacy's picture
by maclegacy - 2015, April 28 - 8:42am

Hi MCP! Didn't notice your message until now...I guess I'll need to add contact form on the website :-/ I've been really busy with real-life stuff, so have had very limited time for game archival past few years. But I'll definitely get more into it later in the fall when I have more time.

MCP's picture
by MCP - 2012, March 22 - 12:57am

Oh, I like doing it, but there's also other projects I could be working on if I hadn't had to do this one, know what I mean?

Arthegall's picture
by Arthegall - 2012, March 21 - 12:40pm

Come on, now, Master Control, if you don't like doing it, don't do it.
You'll make yourself crazy. Hobbies are supposed to be fun!

MCP's picture
by MCP - 2012, March 21 - 10:54am

Whoever owns maclegacy.org owns Crack of Doom. I hope they will consider uploading it here...

I've uploaded Crack of Doom myself, having blown my own money just to get it for the Garden. Thanks a lot, Mr. Maclegacy.org!