Lord of the Rings: Game One

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Lord of the Rings: Game One
Lord of the Rings Game One.jpg
Commodore 64 cover art
Developer(s)Beam Software
Publisher(s)Melbourne House
Designer(s)Philip Mitchell
Platform(s)ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, Amstrad PCW, BBC Micro, Dragon 32/64, Apple II, Apple Macintosh, MS-DOS.[1]
Genre(s)Text adventure
Mode(s)Single player

Lord of the Rings: Game One (released in North America as The Fellowship of the Ring: A Software Adventure) is a computer game released in 1985 and based on the book The Fellowship of the Ring, by J. R. R. Tolkien. It was the follow-up to the 1982 game The Hobbit, but did not reach the same level of critical and commercial success as its predecessor. It’s generally considered inferior by the gaming community, with many[who?] complaining about the removal of the real-time aspects and complex AI patterns of the previous game, and puzzles that lacked coherent solutions.

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