Game:Discworld: The Colour of Magic

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The Colour of Magic has been the name of two different games based on Terry Pratchett's first Discworld novel. The first was a text adventure game released in 1986.

'Discworld: The Colour of Magic' was developed by Blue Sphere Games Ltd in 2006, as a game for mobile phones. The gameplay has a top down perspective where players controlling Rincewind must 'nudge' Twoflower to various locations in Ankh-Morpork, whilst avoiding obstacles.


Twoflower is the Discworlds first ever tourist. Loaded down with spending money, an inability to speak the language and a naive world view he has set out for the Discs largest and most dangerous city, Ankh-Morpork! The ruler of Ankh-Morpork has chosen the inept and cowardly wizard Rincewind as Twoflowers guide round the city, the threat of imprisonment and torture should he fail to keep Twoflower safe is enough to keep Rincewinds mind on the job! So it is down to you to help Rincewind guide Twoflower around the city showing him the sights while avoiding the thugs, thieves, unscrupulous street traders, cart traffic and exploding swamp dragons! See the Patrician's Palace, Temple of Small Gods, The Brass Bridge and many others on your tour of Ankh Morpork!

External Links

Discworld: The Colour of Magic on Bluesphere Games (Archived Link)

Discworld: The Colour of Magic on Pocketgamer

Discworld: The Colour of Magic on Mobygames