King's Quest

King’s Quest V: Absence Makes the Heart Go Yonder!

Release: November 9, 1990
Summary: While King Graham is on a walk through the Daventry forest, an evil wizard, Mordack uses magic to steal the castle, capturing his family inside.  When Graham returns to find the castle missing, an owl, Cedric who witnessed the event confronts Graham to explain what happened and offers assistance from his employer, Crispin.  Graham must complete the trials of Serenia, find Mordack and rescue his family.

King’s Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow

Release: September 30, 1992
Summary: Seeing Princess Cassima in peril in the magic mirror, Prince Alexander sails to the Land of the Green Isle to rescue her.  Alexander must explore the surrounding islands in order to find a way to rescue Cassima and help some new friends along the way.

King’s Quest I: Quest for the Crown

AKA: King’s Quest I VGA
Release: August 7, 2001
Latest: Version 4.1 on September 1, 2010
Summary: “AGDI’s King’s Quest I remake was released on August 7th, 2001. It was the first complete fan-made adventure remake ever released, and the first to ever include a voice pack. In all aspects, AGDI’s King’s Quest I remake has broken records!” – AGD Interactive

King’s Quest II: Romancing the Stones

AKA: King’s Quest II+ VGA
Release: December 3, 2002
Latest: Version 3.1 on September 1, 2010
Summary: The King’s Quest II: Romancing the Stones remake follows in the tradition of AGDI’s King’s Quest I: Quest for the Crown remake, containing updated graphics and the familiar Sierra Point-and-Click interface system. But this time there is also an added storyline, deeper plot, fleshed-out characters, clever puzzles, enhanced artwork, music, atmosphere, depth, culture, and more – basically, the whole nine yards!
” – AGD Interactive

King’s Quest III: To Heir Is Human Redux

Release: February 2011
Latest: Version 1.1 on May 8, 2011
Summary: Following in the tradition of the updated King’s Quest I and King’s Quest II enhanced remakes, we are proud to present the next installment in the popular King’s Quest series.   King’s Quest III: To Heir is Human Redux, resumes from where our previous remake, King’s Quest II: Romancing the Stones, ended.  Featuring stunning new background artwork, an innovative digital musical score, high-quality voice acting, and a number of other refinements and additions, this is AGD Interactive’s finest remake ever – a must play” – AGD Interactive

King’s Quest: The Complete Collection

Release:
Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember – July 28, 2015
Chapter 2: Rubble Without a Cause – December 15, 2015
Chapter 3: Once Upon A Climb – April 26, 2016
Chapter 4 – August 2016
Chapter 5 – December 2016
Epilogue – TBA

Summary: “In the new story King Graham – revered as the greatest adventurer to ever live – shares his life’s adventures with his curious granddaughter, Gwendolyn. It is through these tales that Gwendolyn discovers the true greatness of her grandfather.The Odd Gentlemen