James Bond 007: A View to a Kill

Game

GamesNostalgia pays a small tribute to Sir Roger Moore with James Bond 007: A View to a Kill, an interactive fiction created by Angelsoft for Apple II, DOS and Macintosh and released in 1985.

Year1985
GenreAdventure
Rating3.5 (3.5)10
PublisherMindscape
DeveloperAngelsoft
Updated4 June 2017
TAGSinteractive fiction detective/mystery movies

Game Review

GamesNostalgia pays a small tribute to Sir Roger Moore with James Bond 007: A View to a Kill, an interactive fiction created by Angelsoft for Apple II, DOS and Macintosh and released in 1985.

A View to a Kill was the last James Bond movie played by Roger Moore and the second videogame officially based on the popular franchise. Roger Moore didn't have anything to do with the movie, but he appears in the beautiful cover art of the game.

The game is a text adventure in which you are James Bond 007, trying to prevent Max Zorin from destroying Silicon Valley and dominating the microchip market.

The game was designed by Raymond Benson, a popular game designer and writer. He also designed Myst and he was the lead writer of Ultima VII: The Black Gate and Dark Seed II.



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