Shadowkeep (video game)

Shadowkeep is a role-playing video game and graphical interactive fiction video game with graphics. The game was published by Telarium (formerly known as Trillium), a subsidiary of Spinnaker Software, in the year 1984. It was the first video game that inspired a novel (Shadowkeep, Warner Books 1984 by Alan Dean Foster).

Shadowkeep
Developer(s)Telarium
Publisher(s)Spinnaker Software
Release1984
Genre(s)Role-playing, interactive fiction
Mode(s)Single-player

Reception

In a GameSpy - Interview Shadowkeep was called "a groundbreaking product at the time", "which paved the way for more complex products like Eye of the Beholder and its peers".[1]

Reviews

  • The V.I.P. of Gaming Magazine #3 (April/May, 1986)

Notes

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