My favourite Amstrad CPC game – Sorcery+
wizards placed all over the game. One you have released them all, you can proceed to the second part of the game to try and defeat the Necromancer.
This was an early release for the CPC. The graphics are quite stunning and could rival many other games release at the same time for other 8 bit machines. The games makes use of ‘split mode screens’. This allows the game to make use of mode 0 and mode 1 graphics.
You can download a disk image of the games from the NVG collection.
There is also a map available if you get really stuck. Sourcery+ map
Go on, download this game and give it a go! You will not be disappointed. The screenshots and cover art in the post was taken from Genesis8.
If you get stuck playing the game, this may help you ! Multiface Codes for Sorcery Plushttp://www.retrocomputers.online/2011/08/04/my-favourite-amstrad-cpc-game-sorcery/Andys Retro Computers8bit,amstrad.cpc.game,game,Retro,review,sorcery,sorcery plus,vintageThis has to be one of my favourite games for the Amstrad CPC. The aim of the game is to release all of the captured wizards placed all over the game. One you have released them all, you can proceed to the second part of the game to try and...AndyAndy Taylorandytuk@gmail.comAdministratorAndy is a collector of vintage and retro computers. He lives near Peterborough in the East of England. He also volunteers for The Centre for Computing History.Retro Computers