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Box artwork for Shalom: Knightmare III.
Box artwork for Shalom: Knightmare III.
Shalom: Knightmare III
Publisher(s)Konami, D4 Enterprise
Year released1987
System(s)MSX, Windows
Japanese titleシャロム 魔城伝説III 完結編 (Sharomu: Majō Densetsu III - Kanketsu-hen)
ModesSingle player
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Shalom: Knightmare III (シャロム 魔城伝説III 完結編 Sharomu: Majō Densetsu III - Kanketsu-hen?, lit. "Shalom: Demon Castle Legend - Final Chapter" or "Shalom: Legend of the Devil Castle - Final Chapter") is a 1987 adventure video game developed and published by Konami for the MSX home computer. It was re-released digitally for Microsoft Windows. It is the third and final entry in the Knightmare trilogy. Set a century after the events of The Maze of Galious, the plot follows a Japanese high school student teleported into the Grecian Kingdom who must prevent the resurrection of the ancient demon lord Gog. Gameplay revolves around interaction with characters and exploration, while taking part in battles against enemies and bosses. The game was created by the MSX division at Konami under management of Shigeru Fukutake. The process of making original titles for the platform revolved around the person who came up with the characters. Development proceeded with a team of four or five members, lasting somewhere between four to six months. It received mixed reception from contemporary critics and retrospective commentarists.

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