3 Days in Carpathia

“3 Days” was originally to be the sequel to the popular “Valkyrie 17” game by George Stone and The Ramjam Corp. The game was to be a text adventure, which was written using “The Biro”. Featuring character set screens, livened up with moving...

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Name 3 Days in Carpathia
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Platform Commodore 64
Release Date 1980
Game Type Unreleased
ESRB Not Rated
Developers The RamJam Corporation
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Genres Adventure
Max Players 0
Cooperative No
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“3 Days” was originally to be the sequel to the popular “Valkyrie 17” game by George Stone and The Ramjam Corp. The game was to be a text adventure, which was written using “The Biro”. Featuring character set screens, livened up with moving sprites (Including a dodo which fixated on you as its mother when it hatched), the game was shaping up well. All words in the adventure were in Carpathian, until you found a dictionary in the game. Promising indeed, though it is unknown why it was never released, or even how far exactly it got. Its unlikely that it was finished, due to sources revealed below. Ram Jam were never too popular after the dire “Explorer” game they released for Electric Dreams, but with the guy mentioned next, maybe they were finally onto something…
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