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Dragon Lord

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Atari ST

User Reviews

The best turn-based fantasy game for Amiga! Amiga nullitilium (5)
Breeding Dragons? What more would you ask for? DOS Indra is here (19677)

Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
Amiga 7 4.4
Atari ST 3 4.0
DOS 10 3.5
Combined MobyScore 20 3.9

The Press Says

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AmigaAmiga Format
Dragons Breath is in serious danger of becoming a cult computer fame. People who are fans of the D&D series of games or fantasy role-playing games in general are going to find this almost impossible to resist.
Throughout the game highly detailed graphics and an extraordinary sound track accompany your efforts to gain entry to Dwarf Mountain. And although spells are quite complex and take some time to master they add excitement and adventure to what is otherwise a basic, if very pretty, strategy game.
AmigaCU Amiga
Dragons Breath is excellent, perfect for people who enjoy nothing more than indulging in a spot of casual genocide.
Tro det eller ej, men det här är faktiskt ett strategispel, och ett riktigt bra ett för den delen.
AmigaThe One
The only criticism is that there are perhaps too few action sequences such as the dragon training mode. Even so, anyone with any interest in strategy will relish the almost endless subtlety that Dragon's Breath has to offer.
AmigaThe Games Machine (UK)
A true roleplaying game, it contains a very comprehensive manual - the icons make it easily accessible, though. Though static for main planning screens, the arcade graphics are certainly up to scratch. The disk access can become a little annoying, especially when it involves lots of swapping. Aesthetically, the most impressive element of Dragon's Breath is the sound - creating the haunting atmosphere for a daunting game
AmigaPower Play
Hoffentlich haben Sie keine Angst vor Drachen, denn in "Dragon's Breath" dreht sich alles um das feurige Untier. Drei Fürsten möchten die Unsterblichkeit erlangen. Als angehender Immerzu-Greis benötigt man jedoch drei Amulette, die im Lande Anrea gefunden werden wollen. Hier kommen die Drachen ins Spiel, denn nur diese können die versteckten Amulette finden.
DOSPower Play
Drei Amulette, die Unsterblichkeit verschaffen, sind in einem Fantasyland verborgen. Die Hatz nach dem Lebensschmuck ist auf Dauer eintönig. Die Bedienung der Drachenzucht erweist sich als unübersichtlich, nur die VGA-Grafik sieht toll aus.