Wizard's Quest

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Wizard's Quest is a 1979 board wargame published by Avalon Hill.


Wizard's Quest is a fantasy game for two to six players that takes place in the Earth's distant past involving wars for the kingship of the island.[1] All players start with the same number of territories, each player choosing one at a time.[2]


Mark Brady reviewed Wizard's Quest in The Space Gamer No. 26, concluding that it "is a fun little game".[1]


  1. ^ a b Brady, Mark (January–February 1980). "Wizard's Quest: a review". The Space Gamer. Metagaming (26): 39.
  2. ^ Crawford, Chris (December 1982). "Design Techniques and Ideas for Computer Games". BYTE. p. 96. Retrieved 19 October 2013.

External Links

  • "Wizard's Quest - A Review" - The Space Gamer, Issue 26 p. 39
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