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Introduction
The path is long so tread with care
beware the wulf and pass his lair
danger threatens all around
so take ye from this hidden mound
to free thee from this sunken gate
by way of cave or meet thy fate
an amulet to seek thy will
'twas split by quad and hidden still
pass the keeper wrought with hate
to gain an entrance to the gate
the pieces lost must thee amass
for if no charm then none shall pass.


Sabre Wulf
Title:Sabre Wulf
Category:Game/ArcadeAdventure
Release Date:
Language:English
Size:64K
Machine:PAL Only
Code Type:Machine code
Distribution:Freeware
Game ending type:Has an end, game ends
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Converted by:C., Gary (gc841)
Notes:AKA Sabrewulf. Guide Sabreman through 256 screens of jungle to find four pieces of the lost amulet.
  Download:
Download from Plus/4 World
Plus/4 World
Download from Othersi.de
Othersi.de
Download from Rollenspielhaus
Rollenspielhaus
  External links:
    Amstrad CPC release
    BBC release
    ZX Spectrum release
    Wikipedia
    C64 release
    Oldschool Gaming's Review

User Rating: 8.3/10 (6 votes)
Sabre Wulf Title Screenshot

Sabre Wulf Screenshot


Game Endings
This game has an ending!


Appeared On Compilations
Club Info 127


Controls
Joystick in either port.

Keyboard:
Left: J
Right: K
Up: D
Down: C
Sword: Space
Pause: P
Quit: ESC


Game Map
ZX Spectrum game map (identical to Plus/4 version):
http://www.icemark.com/spectrum/sabrewulf/map/index.html


Solutions - Longplay
Longplay kindly donated by the programmer Gary Cooper.

A note from the programmer himself.....
The reason I wanted to do this is because I think most people found
the game very difficult, so may have not got very far. At least now they
can see more of the game, and it may encourage people to have another go.



There were no cheats, it's genuine, although it took a few goes, I fail more often than I complete
it. Until I saw the spectrum version completed on Youtube, I didn't used to get very far at all.

It's probably worth mentioning that the 4 amulet pieces that you collect appear in different
locations each game, but it should still be useful for anyone wanting to make progress.

Gary Cooper.

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