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The Silver Lining Videos and Trailers - PC

The Silver Lining
Game Description:A freeware sequel to the popular Sierra adventure game series. Despite not having the official license, publisher Vivendi Universal granded its makers a "fan license" to continue the project as a tribute to the classic franchise. What happened to King Graham and the Royal Family after Connor restored the Kingdom of Daventry? Determined to explain these and other questions left unanswered at the end of Mask of Eternity, Phoenix Online Studios began production on its own unofficial sequel to the best-selling King's Quest saga. The Silver Lining revisits lands of old and new, while answering many of the unexplained plot holes found in the series. The Royal Family is once again involved in a large and elaborate scheme that goes beyond anything they've ever faced before. With a truly cinematic storyline, the characters must look beyond the surface, and learn to first overcome obstacles and challenges from within.
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