Curse of Enchantia

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Each game uses different controls, most DOS games use the keyboard arrows. Some will use the mouse.


Curse of Enchantia uses a point and click user interface, similar to the King's Quest series. The player character is commanded with an icon based control bar that is accessible by pressing the right mouse button, which also pauses the game. The control bar features seven main actions: inventory, pick up/take, manipulate/use (opening up a sub-menu with eight further actions: unlock, insert, push/pull, eat, wear, throw, give and combine), look, talk (only either "Help!" or "Hi!"), attack, and jump. Usually, the protagonist has to stand in the immediate vicinity to the game's objects and characters, which then appear as icons in a separate bar, in order to interact with them. A joystick or computer keyboard input can also be used.

The game does not feature text-based object descriptions or conversations, as its few short scenes of rudimentary communication with friendly non-player characters use only a minimalist system of pictograms in comic book-style speech balloons, usually displaying the objects that the characters need to be delivered. Instead, the game features several action-style sequences, like dodging hazards or timing the use of items. However, the character is never at risk of dying and thus every "dangerous" task can be repeated until successfully completed, risking only losing a few points from the score. Objects of value, such as jewels and gold coins, can be collected throughout the game for a higher score.


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