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* ''The Price of Magik'' ([[Mike Austin]], [[Nick Austin]] and [[Pete Austin]], artist: [[James Horsler]], publisher: [[Level 9]]; 1986; [[Spectrum]], [[Amstrad CPC]], [[BBC Micro]], [[Commodore 64]] and [[MSX]]).
vThe Price of Magik'' (Designer: [[Pete Austin]], publisher: [[Level 9]], implementors: [[Mike Austin]], [[Nick Austin]], artist: [[James Horsler]]; 1986; Spectrum).
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The Price of Magik
Author(s) Mike Austin, Nick Austin and Pete Austin
Publisher(s) Level 9
Release date(s) 1986
Authoring system Spectrum
Platform(s) Spectrum
Language(s) English
License(s) Commercial
Color effects TBD
Graphics none
Sound/Music TBD
Cruelty scale Cruelty to be determined

How It Begins

The dying light of the Red Moon has been captured in a crystal by the magicians of Baskalos to act as the last repository of magik. Its guardian for many years has been Myglar, a wise and respected sorcerer. But unbeknownst to the other magicians, Myglar was steadily being consumed by fears for his own mortality. Now he is channeling the remaining power of the Red Moon crystal into keeping himself alive. It's your task to defeat him and recover the crystal before he drains it completely of its magik.


Spectrum version

vThe Price of Magik (Designer: Pete Austin, publisher: Level 9, implementors: Mike Austin, Nick Austin, artist: James Horsler; 1986; Spectrum).

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Notable Features

  • Episode 3 of Time and Magik


Time and Magik series by Level 9

Lords of Time (1983)
Red Moon (1985)
The Price of Magik (1986)