King's Quest VI is the sixth installment in the King's Quest series. It was published by Sierra in 1992. King's Quest VI is easily the best in the series for its in-depth plot and 3D graphic introduction movie.
The soundtrack for King's Quest VI is by far one of the best that I've heard for so many games. The tunes are really nice that even after 10 years, I can still remember the tunes.
In King's Quest VI, we will play Prince Alexander, the son of King Graham. Price Alexander is haunted and tormented by his memories of the beautiful Princess Cassima that he met at the end of King's Quest V.
The magic mirror sends Alexander a vision of Cassima at home in the far-off Land of the Green Isles. Alexander sets sail for the Green Isles, but is shipwrecked in a storm. Alexander washes up onshore alone with nothing but the clothes on his back and some ship wreckage.
He soon learns that Cassima is being held prisoner in her castle by Abdul Alhazred, the evil Vizier of the Green Isles. Abdul has murdered the King and Queen and plans to force Cassima to marry him so that he can rule the Land of the Green Isles himself.
Alexander must expose the Vizier's plot, stop the wedding, and free Cassima. Alexander also discovers that the islands of the kingdom are on the verge of war. Precious artifacts from each island have been stolen, and the different leaders all blame each other.
Alexander will travel to various places, including hell, yes, hell, and look for skeleton dancing sequence, one of my favorite.
In my opinion, King's Quest VI is the best in the series. It is an adventure game that no people should miss. You can download King's Quest VI here.