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Broken Sword 1 - The Shadow of the Templars

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Broken Sword 1 - The Shadow of the Templars is an adventure-puzzle game developed by Revolution Software and Astraware. It came out on 30-09-1996. It was published by THQ. Broken Sword 1 - The Shadow of the Templars has a Metascore of 86, based on professional reviews. The game is rated as "Exceptional" on RAWG.
Broken Sword 1 - The Shadow of the Templars is available on Classic Macintosh, PlayStation, Game Boy Advance and PC.
It was produced by Charles Cecil, Chris Dudas, Michael Merren and Steve Ince. Charles Cecil directed the game. Barrington Pheloung scored the game.

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86
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Revolution Software
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Astraware
Publisher
THQ, Virgin Interactive, Virgin Interactive Entertainment, SCEE
Age rating
13+ Teen
Website
http://www.revolution.co.uk/_display.php?id=14

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