Play as Clyde, a middle-aged man on a quest to free himself from a castle. With no knives, guns, or a shred
of combat experience, all Clyde has is his wit and skill in solving complex puzzles.
Reaching his goal will require him to collect all the magic stones dispersed at various intricate corners of
the stages. Can you help him collect all the stones and get out?
CLYDE’S REVENGE is a side view 2-dimensional adventure game that has Clyde trapped in a castle and going
through various rooms to get out. Each room has several magic stones to collect, puzzles to solve, levers to
pull, and pools of lava to jump over. But just as Clyde has no combat experience, there is no backstory, no
enemies or bad guys to beat, not even a final boss either, so the details of CLYDE’S REVENGE are best known
to him alone. Regardless, you must help him collect health bars spread all through the rooms for him to
continue reveling in exploring, solving puzzles, and collecting magic stones.
The first screen gives users a few options to adjust game settings, including a little bit of tutorial.
The fairly decent graphics help the monotonous gameplay. The rooms are quite similar with only a few
adjustments of levers, ledges, and magic stones here and there. Well lit and visible, there are no dark
corners that can confuse Clyde. It’s pretty straightforward to play. This is for players who aren’t looking
for a heart-thumping adventure or any adrenaline rush. Just relax and help Clyde out of his quandary.
Moonlite Software released Clyde’s Revenge in 1995 in the united states. It’s available on the DOS platform.
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