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Welcome to Sierra Planet! Sierra Planet is dedicated to the many wonderful games created by the legendary designer Roberta Williams, such as King's Quest, Laura Bow, and Phantasmagoria. We hope you enjoy your stay here. If you are looking for the game sections (reviews, walkthroughs, easter eggs, downloads, etc.) click on the Sierra Games button.

Looking for info on which KQ Collection to buy? Read this first.

UPDATES AS OF 08 OCTOBER 2013
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UPDATES AS OF 15 SEPTEMBER 2012
There have been a few additions to the QFG section of the Easter Egg Hunt. (thanks Ewa!)
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KQ COMPILATION PATCH
The gaming community is indebted to the user Collector for making a patch for the new King's Quest Compilation, assisting us in using DosBox. As soon as there is a final version, I'll be mirroring it here.
KQ COMPILATION INFO
More info about the new Sierra compilations: Leisure Suit Larry 7: Love for Sail is NOT on the LSL compilation. Mask of Eternity is not in the KQ compilation, and of course Magna Cum Laude is not in the LSL compilation (which is a good thing, IMO). All the game manuals are on the CD in PDF format. Some of the original AGI releases are missing from the various compilations - only the VGA remakes are there. Only the diskette version - not the CD version - of Larry 6 is included.Here's a NeoGAF thread with the dirt.
KQ COMPILATION INFO
If you're wondering whether you should get the new Sierra compilations, I'll let Adventure Gamers say it for me:

Early reports from those who have received the collections bring some bad news with the good. The good news is that the games do indeed appear to be relatively functional on XP, though not without some exceptions. The less-inspiring news is that not all of the bundles contain every game (or original game iteration) in the series, manuals are in disc-only PDF format, and the technical upgrade appears to be little more than a systematic implementation of DOSBox, the free public utility credited with getting many older games to run on modern operating systems.

So while the collections are a convenient way to pick up most of these Sierra classics inexpensively, if you already own previous versions of the games, the bundles may offer little more than what you already have. Be sure to check the above product listings for details on what is included in each collection.


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