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Flimbo’s Quest Available on: C64 / Atari ST / Amiga / Amstrad CPC

Flimbo’s Quest takes gamers on a magical platforming adventure to save a damsel in distress!

When Pearly (the beauty queen of DewDrop Land) is kidnapped by the evil Dandruff, her boyfriend Flimbo has no choice to to begin his search.

He can progress from level to level with the help of professor Dazz Bazian. Simply collect all the scrolls from each level and give them to the professor in order to be whisked to the next level and, eventually, get to Dandruff’s lab!

Datormagazin – 100%

C&VG ‘Hit’– 91%

ACE – 85%

  • Original platforming adventure!
  • Critically acclaimed!
  • Large character sprites!
  • Bright, colourful worlds!

Release date:
1 July 1990
Age Rating:
Not specified
Available on
Atari ST
Amstrad CPC

  • Marc wrote on 27 May 2015 at 06:51

    Please release a mobile converted version of this much loved classic retro game!
    Or adapt so it can be purchased for use on a computer.
    Would love to see it revived and be able to finally play it again!
    Thanks for listening.

  • FlukyC wrote on 24 March 2015 at 11:25

    Wow I never realised they made Flimbos Quest, my all time fave on the C64, it was on a cartridge with my C64 and I played it more than any other game I owned. System 3 have made so many great games, I have played quite a few and my faves are Flimbos Quest, Constructor, Mob Rule, Bangkok Knights (my great grandad bought this for me 🙂 and The Last Ninja

  • Yvonne Brady wrote on 3 June 2014 at 12:01

    Had this game on the C64 back in the day… would love to see this game re-released for the PS Vita !!!

  • ferd wrote on 29 December 2013 at 04:46

    my dad got me this game for xmas for my c64. i like it very much.

  • Michael Hargreaves wrote on 11 December 2013 at 09:59

    Would love to see a remake of this classic game had it on my C64 a Wii U version by any chance 😉

  • Tony wrote on 17 November 2013 at 09:40

    So many memories!! Thank you for making that game myself and my brothers loved it as kids.

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