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Developer(s) Derek Brewster
Publisher(s) Micromega
Composer(s) Rob Hubbard
Platform(s) Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64
Release date(s) 1984
Genre(s) Text adventure
Mode(s) Single player

Kentilla is a text adventure game written by Derek Brewster and published by Micromega.[1] It was later rereleased as a budget title by Mastertronic.

Game music composer Rob Hubbard created the score for the Commodore 64 version,[2] while the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC versions were mute.


Crash were impressed by the Spectrum version of the game, stating "Kentilla is a sure winner as an adventure with many devious problems which should keep any adventurer busy through the coming winter months and it’s excellent value for money." It was given a 10/10 Overall rating.[3]

Zzap!64 enjoyed the Commodore 64 version which was given a 90% overall rating.[4]

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