Advertising Blurbs

Ready Soft game catalogue.:
    DRAGON’S LAIR You, Dirk the Daring, are on a quest to rescue the Fair Princess Daphne who has been kidnapped and is being held captive by Singe the Evil Dragon. Armed with only your sword and your cunning you must defeat your adversaries as you fight your way through the Dragon’s Lair.

    Dragon's Lair is an adaptation from the original laser disc arcade classic, featuring full-screen animation and digitized sound. Available for Amiga, Macintosh, and Atari ST. "Dragon's Lair," "Dragon's Lair: Escape From Singe's Castle," Dragon's Lair: Time Warp," "Space Ace," and "Space Ace II: Borf's Revenge," are trademarks of Bluth Group, Ltd used under license from Sullivan Bluth Interactive Media, Inc.

    Contributed by Mr Almond (2594) on Mar 27, 2009.

Merit Software 1992 Catalog:
    DRAGON'S LAIR(R)

    Join the hapless knight, Dirk the Daring in his rigorous quest to rescue the lovely Princess Daphne. Dirk must overcome obstacles, and defeat the creatures of Mordroc's castle. Each screen comes to life with smooth-running animated graphics taken directly from the original laser disk game.

    IBM..................................................$39.95

    Minimum requirement: EGA graphics with 286 processor and hard drive.


    Contributed by PCGamer77 (3237) on Mar 07, 2003.

Unknown Source:
    Join the hapless knight, Dirk the Daring, in his rigorous quest to rescue the lovely Princess Daphne. Dirk's unrelenting love for the Princess gives him the will and strength to journey through the cavernous castle of Mordroc, the evil wizard.

    In order to rescue the Princess Daphne, Dirk the Daring must defeat several creatures conjured up by Mordroc, including his personal pet, Singe, the fire-breathing dragon. Our hero must also overcome a series of nefarious traps and black magic spells in his battle with Mordroc.

    As you guide Dirk on his quest, each screen comes to life with smooth-running animated graphics taken directly from the original laser disk game. Never before have computer adventure players been able to experience animation like this. And never before has Dirk the Daring had you to guide and counsel him through this action packed game.

    Contributed by Jeff Sinasac (409) on May 27, 2000.