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The land of Ymros was first encountered in Shard of Spring, and it returns in this follow up, which is viewed from above, but has a game-world 32 times the size of its predecessor. Your characters can include Humans, Elves, Dwarves and Trolls, each with different skills as well as generated and varying statistics, and one of 10 different character classes - Barbarian, Wizard and Scholar for Example. You will need to choose the right balance of these for your mission, which involves tracking down Malifon and gain revenge on the damage he has done to Ymros.

Combat takes place via close-quarters combat and spell-casting, depending on the character's abilities. Towns can be visited to buy weapons, and you can return to your camp to worship one of the various Gods and receive their gifts such as resurrection and protection. It has also a 'skill/item' menu in which items can be used on other items to solve problems.


Demon's Winter Amiga Starting out a new game. There is a day/night cycle, when it's dark out your range of vision is limited. Here it's morning and becoming brighter.
Demon's Winter Amiga There are temples for the various gods. Each of your character's can only worship one.
Demon's Winter Amiga Fighting inside the dungeon. The tactical map reflects the terrain you were in when you began combat.
Demon's Winter Amiga Some fixed location encounters announce themselves with a text description.

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Power Play 1989 73 out of 100 73
ST/Amiga Format Jul, 1989 68 out of 100 68
Joker Verlag präsentiert: Sonderheft 1992 38 out of 100 38


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Dietmar Uschkoreit (5947) added Demon's Winter (Amiga) on Jun 09, 2003
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