Legendary Deed


Status: Preview, Findability: 3/5

Legendary Deed is another powerful RPG game in similiar vein to those created by US Gold around the same time.

The preview is unplayable, but shows a series of screens which build up the game. Graphically, all looks nice and suitable, making a good looking and exciting RPG game.

This was likely to have been based for a big release in the commercial world, but fell through for some reason. Possibly the company went bust, as did many at that time.

It’s unknown if the game reached a playable stage, or how much was actually completed.

The preview does not consist of any credits, so this one is going to prove a tough search for the GTW team, and any help in finding out more on this game will be very helpful.

Can anyone do the good deed and tell us about this game?…

Contributions: Peter M Lamont

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4 Responses to Legendary Deed

  1. The demo appears to give away the names of the developers. The presentation is for a Mr. Schmenk.
    Frank Michlick appears to be one of them(pictured as a green dragon).
    A. Kastorf appears to be one of the artists. C. strehse is the other I believe.
    The person who wrote the text in the demo by deduction is then M. Brauer.

    I tracked down Frank Michlick, he was also in Padua! He was Anonym…so these are names of the sceners in Padua. Pretty cool to see this actually.

    Frank Michlick’s Twitter Account with Followers, Friends …
    Search domain twibee.net/fmichlick/twibee.net/fmichlick/
    Frank Michlick’s Twitter Account fmichlick. Family, business, social topics & technology. Registrar Consultant @DomainCocoon. Known as anonym/padua in the Commodore 64 demoscene.

    • That’s brilliant, thanks Peter! Added the credits to the entry and have put a credit in for you too.

      I’ve spoken briefly to Frank in the past, so I will run this one past him.

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