Ugly Valanice finally gets to star in her own game! It’s King’s Quest VII!
A nice pastiche of the desert, complete with confusing vaguely Native American statue and Johnny Depp the whirlwind spirit.
Looks like Rosella finally takes after her mother.
Aww yeah, the baddest of the bad trolls! Inspired by the (decidedly less awesome) troll blacksmith from the game.
Of all the trolls in King’s Quest VII, only one is conforming to type by blocking a bridge.
The Vulcanix underground, complete with angry troll on the throne.
Inspired by Lady Ceres. Well, inspired by her tree form, anyway.
Looks like King Otar’s dragon toad is the one who stole the moon!
Inspired by the forest from King’s Quest VII. Can you spot the mustachioed rock face?
This was inspired by a plant. I don’t know which one. But, hey, square cacti! Almost as good as a square castle!
Who’s been drawing that password all over Ooga Booga Land? Why, it was the Doodler all along!
A weird pet gets reinterpreted as a stripedy green unicorn.
The boogeyman appears! Rosella uses Scream and Die. It’s not very effective…
Cthulhu mirror hates Valanice! That is all.
What does the actual Valanice really think of the Doodler’s interpretation of her?
Inspired by the floating islands of Etheria.
Dr. Mort Cadaver is lookin’ good with his new spine. Now he can reach the top shelf of his cabinet of mysterious ingredients!
The Weaver of Dreams King’s Quest VII ain’t got time fo’ you!
The experience of Etheria. Color! Floating Islands! Rainbows! Mushrooms! It’s like if Lisa Frank designed Pandora from Avatar!
The gargoyle outside Malicia’s house dreams of greener pastures.
The Sister chimes in with her very own doodle of the nightmare! You may think this representation isn’t very good, but it’s actually pretty accurate. Which tells you all you need to know about King’s Quest VII.