The Queen’s Footsteps Mac 68K Version Updated

If you have not played a Davide Bucci adventure yet, you re really missing something. Created in the old style of Interactive Fiction games, Davide has created a number of adventures including his multi platform title, The Queen’s Footsteps.

Synopsis of the game: “

Today is August 27th, 1904. Nine months ago, you, Emilia Vittorini, joined the Italian Archeological Expedition in Egypt led by Ernesto Schiaparelli, the director of the Egyptian Museum of Turin. You are now back in Genova, Italy: your steam ferry arrived three days ago with 25 wooden boxes containing Queen Nefertari Meritmut’s grave goods, a real treasure! They left Genova by train, heading towards Turin, yesterday evening. While they were in transit, you were invited to a sumptuous reception organised by a wealthy art lover, Eugenio Collovati, count of Raligotto, but it would be hard to say that you appreciated the evening.

But the reception was yesterday: now, you must catch the train to Turin and check that the treasure arrived safely. I will be your eyes and ears. Good luck.”

The game uses the standard Interactive Fiction type games with a few special features including a means of exiting and restarting the game within the adventure.

The Game synopsis from The Queen’s Footsteps website

While The Mac 68K is the version which has been most recently updated to version 1.1.1, other platforms supported include: Apple II, C64, Plus/4, C128, Vic-20, PET, RC2014, Amstrad CPC, MSX, ZX Spectrum 48K and PE, Commander X-16, MX DOS, CP/M, Olivetti M20, Amiga, and Atari 800 with 48K.

To download the game, or to get The Queen’s Footsteps for one other platforms supported, check out the website for the game at:

UPDATE 7 March 2021:

Davide has made the game available in physical form for those who want the boxed version of the game.


You can buy the game online from the Poly.Play website at:

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