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A Retro Video Game Tribute to Larry Hagman with Dallas Quest

By November 24, 2012

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Dallas Quest ScreenshotWhile he never lent his voice to any video games, Larry Hagman was as important to retro pop-culture as video arcades, the Atari 2600, and the Commodore 64. His performance as J.R. Ewing, oil tycoon, fortunate son, and foil of the Ewing clan on the prime-time soap Dallas, sealed his name in history as an icon of the '80s.

Thanks to Hagman, Dallas became so popular that in 1984 computer game developer Datasoft based a graphical adventure game on the show.

In honor of the late, great, Larry Hagman, we take a trip to Southfork and begin the Dallas Quest Adventure.

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