An Everyday Tale of a Seeker of Gold
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An Everyday Tale of a Seeker of Gold is a text-adventure made by John Wilson and a parody of the 1982 video game The Hobbit. Originally it would be called The Boggit, but because Delta 4 Software already released a game with that name, Wilson changed the name. Together with Bulbo and the Lizard King and Fuddo and Slam it formed "the Balrogian Trilogy". It is the prequel to Retarded Creatures and Caverns.