Fountain of Dreams

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Fountain of Dreams
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developerElectronic Arts
publisherElectronic Arts
release date1990
genrerole-playing game
modesSingle player
ratingsPG-13 (unofficial North American rating)
platformsCommodore 64, Apple II, DOS, Macintosh
media5¼" disk, 3.5" disk
 
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Fountain of Dreams is a 1990 computer role-playing game. Published by Electronic Arts, it was originally intended as a follow-up to the popular computer role-playing game Wasteland. Neither Interplay nor any of the creative team that created Wasteland worked on Fountain of Dreams, and at some point Electronic Arts dropped all claims that the game had any connection to Wasteland, much to the relief of the employees of Interplay at the time.

Fountain of Dreams is set in post-nuclear-war Florida, literally separated from the continental United States of America by heavy bombing. Life on the island of Florida is constantly threatened by the threat of mutation (due to residual radiation) and encounters with local ruffians known as the Killer Clowns, as well as three organized crime factions: the DeSoto Family, the Obeah Orders, and the Bahia Mafia. The player controls a small band of adventurers who set out to find the purifying waters of the legendary "Fountain of Dreams" to stop the spread of mutation.

Fountain of Dreams title.
Ingame Screenshot.
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