If youâ€™re a fan of the old Sierra adventure games, todayâ€™s a happy day! AGD Interactive (AGDInteractive Studio), the fan group who remade the first two Kingâ€™s Quest games and Quest for Glory II with VGA graphics and a point and click interface, has revealed the imminent release of Kingâ€™s Quest III Redux for PC and Mac. AGD Interactive has been covertly developing Kingâ€™s Quest III Redux for the past eight years. Like their other projects, this is a labor of love that both modernizes the original game while maintaining its retro charm. Youâ€™ll find an explanation of the projectâ€™s history here: AGDInteractive • View topic - A brief account of KQ3 Redux' history You can grab screenshots here: http://www.agdinteractive.com/images/screenshots_Jan2011 In the meantime, we hope youâ€™ll check out the teamâ€™s previous KQ remakes if you havenâ€™t already played them: * Kingâ€™s Quest I: Quest for the Crown is a straight remake of Sierraâ€™s first Kingâ€™s Quest game, with all of the original gameplay preserved. (Based on fan feedback, AGDI did implement a â€œno dead-endsâ€ option that prevents getting irreversibly stuck, but masochists - err, I mean purists - can turn this off!) To download for PC or Mac, go here: AGDInteractive Studios * Kingâ€™s Quest II: Romancing the Stones is a creative retelling of Sierraâ€™s second Kingâ€™s Quest game that spins the originalâ€™s (fairly random) puzzles into a comprehensive story. For those who have not played Kingâ€™s Quest II, AGDIâ€™s remake is a more satisfying continuation of the series than the original game, and for those who have, itâ€™s a neat way to experience the original from an entirely new perspective. It also sets up a new overarching subplot that the team continues to explore in the upcoming Kingâ€™s Quest III Redux, so playing it now will help you prepare for the game to come! To download for PC or Mac, go here: AGDInteractive Studios All of AGDIâ€™s Kingâ€™s Quest remakes feature enhanced game visuals including hand painted backgrounds and character portraits, full voice acting (with former Sierra employee Josh Mandel reprising his role as King Graham!), lip sync, and digital soundtracks. Plus theyâ€™re free to download, and run on todayâ€™s computers without fiddling. The games were created using the Adventure Game Studio engine.