With no natural successor to the King the throne is up for grabs. Legend has it that the wily old King has hidden the sword within the castle. He who raises the legendary Sword of Britain will take the throne. You and your competitors are first onto the scene. You must explore the castle and retrieve the legendary sword before the pretenders get it, to become new King or Queen!
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