Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon

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Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon Description

Gameplay in "Sinbad" was classic Cinemaware. The game alternated between an open-ended world map, action sequences, and dialog, where the player would engage other characters and further conversations and relationships, in which the choice of things said altered the future of the game. (Cinemaware's title "King of Chicago") relied heavily on this format.)

Using the world map, the player was free to sail to any location, which would trigger the dialogue or action sequences. (For example, The Princess would always willing to talk at the Palace, while sailing through rough waters would probably initiate a shipwreck.) In cities, you could hire men for your crew, while in the deep forests, you could talk with shamen and gypsies about magic and potions.

A memorable dialog sequence from the game found Sinbad being seduced by the local prostitute. If the player gave in, there was a long cut-sequence of the prostitute gyrating before a column of flames, as Sinbad's gaze slowly zoomed in to her pixelated breasts.

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