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{{game infobox|title=Return to Eden|image=|author=[[Nick Austin]], [[Tim Noyce]] and [[Chris Queen]]|publisher=[[Level 9]]|released=1984|authsystem=[[A-code]]|platform=[[Atari]] 800, [[BBC Micro]], [[Spectrum]]|language=English|license=[[Commercial]]|color=TBD|graphics=none|sound=TBD|cruelty=TBD}}
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{{game infobox|title=Return to Eden|image=|author=[[Nick Austin]], [[Tim Noyce]] and [[Chris Queen]]|publisher=[[Level 9]]|released=1984|authsystem=[[A-code]]|platform=[[Amstrad CPC]],[[Amstrad PCW]], [[Atari]] 800, [[BBC Micro]], [[Spectrum]]|language=English|license=[[Commercial]]|color=no/monochrom/minimal palette|graphics=none/linear art|sound=No|cruelty=TBD}}
  
 
==How It Begins==
 
==How It Begins==

Revision as of 14:59, 18 May 2019

ScienceFiction
Science
Fiction
Return to Eden
Author(s) Nick Austin, Tim Noyce and Chris Queen
Publisher(s) Level 9
Release date(s) 1984
Authoring system A-code
Platform(s) Amstrad CPC,Amstrad PCW, Atari 800, BBC Micro, Spectrum
Language(s) English
License(s) Commercial
Multimedia
Color effects no/monochrom/minimal palette
Graphics none/linear art
Sound/Music No
Ratings
Cruelty scale Cruelty to be determined

How It Begins

Marooned in the deadly paradise of Eden's jungles, you must use the wired plant life to survive.

Versions

Spectrum version

Notable Information

Silicon Dreams Trilogy by Level 9

Snowball (1983)
Return to Eden (1984)
The Worm in Paradise (1985)


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