Perseus and Andromeda
Perseus and Andromeda is a text adventure game released in 1983 by Digital Fantasia on the Mysterious Adventures label. It was available on most home computers of the day including the ZX Spectrum, Atari 8-bit, BBC Micro, Commodore 64, Commodore 16 and Oric-1.
Perseus and Andromeda was written by Brian Howarth in Scott Adams database. The story is an adaptation of the Greek myth of Perseus and includes characters and artifacts such as the winged sandals, Pegasus, the harpies and Medusa. The objective is to save Andromeda from the sea-monster Ceto.