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Lure of the Temptress

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Point and Click game set in a fanastic medieval world

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Lure of the Temptress is the first Point and Click game by Revolution Software, company that brought us Broken Sword.

This adventure is set in a fantasy medieval world where magic, orcs, sorcerers and dragons are common inhabitants.

Your goal is to finish up the plans of an evilish sorcerer known as 'The Temptress'.

Although the game is from the nineties, you will enjoy it, although graphics are not amazing now and you will not hear the voices of the characters.
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