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An 80s (C64) version and the PC version would be awesome!
This would be a great old game addition! Not as popular or well known as others of its era, but would be a fantastic addition to the GOG catalogue and an instant buy for many.
There are 3 votes going for this game, it is Also listed as: 7 Cities of Gold and Seven Cities of Gold : Commemorative Edition - you may want to vote for all of them if you like this game!
glad i am not the only one who wants this game. it was an awesome
I recall reading the Atari version was a truly "full" version of the game and the other builds were best effort for their platforms...
This was really a groundbreaking game - and set the stage for later exploration type games.
A dual pack with both the 80's original and the 1993 Commemorative Edition would be really great. It would be a perfect companion game to Pirates! Gold Plus.
Would love a version of this.
For the GOG guys, just in case this ever actually gets some attention (with 41 votes, not bloody likely!)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Seven_Cities_of_Gold_(video_game)
Yeah the 1993 version for DOS was really great. I've been playing it in DosBOX but I'd love to have a GOG version. So much fun!
I would like to see the version that I played on my C-64 (original port) but I would like to see either, just to play that world again.
I'll take either!
I like the other edition more. I think mostly because of the graphics.http://www.mobygames.com/game/dos/seven-cities-of-gold-commemorative-edition
There are two versions: original in the '80 e another somewhat modified in the '90. Would be great if the very first version was available.