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Cover art
Developer(s)Coktel Vision
Publisher(s)Coktel Vision, Sierra On-Line
Artist(s)Pierre Gilhodes
Platform(s)Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS, Macintosh (and later iOS and Windows)
Genre(s)Adventure, puzzle

Gobliiins is a puzzle adventure video game series, consisting of four entries, released by Coktel Vision (and later Sierra On-Line) for the Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS, and Macintosh (and later iOS and Windows) platforms.[1] The first three titles were released in the early 1990s, the fourth in 2009.


The games mix elements of adventure and puzzle gaming. In essence, the player must find the solution to each area (or level), consisting of one or more screens, in order to progress to the next.

An original aspect of the series is that the player usually controls multiple goblins as player characters, each of whom has a unique set of abilities (the number of letter i's in the word "Goblin" of the title indicates the number of characters that the player may control). The player may only control one character at a time but, depending on the specific scene, may switch characters at will. The original Gobliiins features a shared health system for all three characters, which meant that leaving characters in the wrong place could be detrimental, though this feature is not implemented in the sequels.

All games are available in CD format. The first three include voices instead of the "goblinish" talk that featured on the floppy disk versions. The CD version also censors the nudity featured in the original game.

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čeština: Gobliiins
dansk: Gobliiins
español: Gobliiins
Nederlands: Gobliiins
polski: Gobliiins