Phantasie

Phantasie Screenshots

Amiga version

Title screen
In the city of Pelnor
Inspecting a character
Shopping for gear
Checking the score
The over land map
Fighting a snake
Attacked at night, only the player on watch can fight at first unless they spotted the monsters.
Choosing attacks
Defeating the monsters yields gold and experience.
Inside a dungeon, the map reveals as you explore.
Fighting slimes in the dungeon
Found a sword
The dungeons have text descriptions for some areas.
Attacked by Black Knights!
Battling the Black Knights
Heading further into the game world

Phantasie Screenshots

Atari 8-bit version

Loading Screen
Title
Town of Pelnor
Outside the Town
Combat

Phantasie Screenshots

Atari ST version

Title screen
Second title screen
Inside the town Pelnor
Creating a new character
Outside the town - the map view
An encounter
A dungeon
Pull the lever or leave it...?
Combat options
Rewards after the battle

Phantasie Screenshots

Commodore 64 version

Title
The first town - visit the guild, the armory, the bank, the inn or the mystic
World map
In a dungeon - the yellow dot is your party, the grey dots are objects/characters you can interact with
Fighting a band of orcs
Combat options - you can choose between different attack methods
Finding treasure
Inspecting a character

Phantasie Screenshots

DOS version

Title Screen
Your choices in a town
Travelling the countryside
Multiple styles of attack
Battle descriptions
Reap your reward
What spell frightens the undead?
The blue dot is your party
A friendly encounter (so far)

Phantasie Screenshots

MSX version

Town screen
Character stats
Looking for some equipment
World map
A place to rest
Exploring a dungeon
Battle screen

Phantasie Screenshots

PC-88 version

Title screen
Character list
Town of Pelnor
Guild options
So my first character is a Sprite? What will the next one be - Coca-Cola?..
Status screen
Armory
I bet this skull keeps unwanted suitors out...
Staying at an inn. Awesome room service
Bank
World map
Fighting two tiny creatures...
Oh wow... attacked by a horde of kobolds and ogres in a dungeon!
Dungeons are represented by very small, abstract maps
It's a good thing they are still studying... :)