"1993's Goblins Quest 3 was originally known as just Goblins 3, but after Sierra got involved they decided to add the -Quest suffix in an attempt to align the game with their other Quest series (see King's Quest, Police Quest and Space Quest).
In this game the player controls originally only one Goblin called Blount, but gets assistance from a number of sidekicks throughout the game including Chump the parrot, Ooya the magician, and Fulbert the snake. Blount is also bitten by a wolf early in the game and, after escaping from the afterlife, must contend with semi-frequent changes into a super-strong but uncouth werewolf alter ego. Most areas in Goblins 3 are larger than the screen and therefore scroll. The game features 18 different levels, and like Gobliins 2: The Prince Buffoon, some are interconnected to each other - e.g. walking from the countryside to the inn - whilst others can't be exited until the player has finished that specific level. Later in the game, the player discovers that the main protagonist, Blount, was in fact the little prince that was kidnapped in Gobliins 2: The Prince Bufoon."
Source: Wikipedia, "Gobliiins," available under the CC-BY-SA License.