The unquestionably greatest games of all time -- according to us

Tempers flare as we poll our journalists to discover what they believe are the best computer and console games of all time.

Enchanted Scepters

Imogen Stuart, Large Hadron Collider (a.k.a. production assistant): Enchanted Scepters: created in 1984, released in '86, then I was born in '87. I played it on my Mac SE 30 from the age of around four until the Mac finally called it quits, circa '06. The game was basically a point-and-click adventure where the player had to navigate N. S. E. W. around a kingdom, fighting a variety of foe’s like the Evil Alchemist, Skeleton, Cyclops and the machine-gun-toting ‘hurks’. The aim of the game was to collect all four earth, air fire and water scepters and take them back to the wizard in the castle. It was simple but addictive, and Enchanted Scepters kindles nostalgic sentiments and is probably the source of my crippling gaming addiction. Image: Wikipedia.

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