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]
Release 1985
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, although did not reach the same level of critical and commercial success as its predecessor, and is 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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