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Might and Magic Trilogy (DOS)

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This compilation includes the Might and Magic games from the early 1990s:



As bonus, the CD features the original fan-made program Swords of Xeen, taking place after the two other Xeen games. Among the ruins of Greyhaven a magic pyramid is found that seems to be the gateway to a new world. Nothing is known about the gate except that Lord Xeen used it often. Thus the Dragon Pharaoh sends the player characters out to see what threats lies on the other side and destroy them. The gate leads to Havec, a new world filled with new creatures and dangers. Swords of Xeen is a stand-alone scenario that uses the same engine and gameplay mechanics as the original games, but with the characters starting at a high level.

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Might and Magic Trilogy DOS The oracle computers in Greyhaven
Might and Magic Trilogy DOS Fighting some gremlins
Might and Magic Trilogy DOS Title screen
Might and Magic Trilogy DOS Greetings from the other side

Alternate Titles

  • "Might and Magic: Trilogie" -- German Title

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The Press Says

Computer Games Magazine Feb 28, 1996 4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars 90
Quandary Jan, 1996 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
PC Player (Germany) 1994 79 out of 100 79

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Trivia

While Swords of Xeen began as Catware's fan modification of Might and Magic: Darkside of Xeen (and hence contains no new visual or sound assets not found in that earlier game), its eventual endorsement and publication by Xeen overlords New World propel it out of fangame territory, if not exactly into Might and Magic canon 8)
Alexander Schaefer (2320) added Might and Magic Trilogy (DOS) on Apr 14, 2001