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Kiwi Quest features 25 levels of exploration, risk taking, armor boost collecting and ennemies fighting! After level 25, you see the ending and you can continue playing on level 26 and up if you want.
Use the numeric keypad (even in diagonal direction) to move from tile to tile. Fighting happens automatically when you bump into ennemies. Different sounds will make you know what happened (you took damage, ennemy took damage or nobody took damage). Move to a staircase tile to go to the next level.
Fun fact about this (or Tony Carroll's Duck Quest) game is that if you do not care about the sound effects and the about/ending pictures, the whole game runs on as low as 40KB of RAM! This is incredible, even for the 1990's. Just think about it for a minute and compare with your computer or even your cellphone nowadays: This game runs on as low as 0.00004GB of RAM.
(389.99 KiB / 399.35 KB)
Kiwi Quest / compressed w/ Stuffit
At least 640KB of free RAM (or only 40KB if you do not care about sound effects and about/ending pictures)
Mac OS 7.x - Mac OS 9.2.2
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Basilisk II