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The Dragonlance saga continues in digital form with a top-class action/RPG, the emphasis being placed firmly on the action side of things. Dragons Of Flame is an extremely fine piece which offers many months of rewarding and highly enjoyable entertainment.
Commodore User (Jan, 1990)
Although it's a good game, Dragons of flame lacks a real Dungeons & Dragons feel. A true D&D gem should consist of more roleplaying, characters that develop as the game progresses and multiple scenarios.
The graphics are wonderful in Dragons of Flame, and the music is very atmospheric. SSI is getting better at making these AD & D products. Before long, the only thing keeping people from using their computers to play AD & D will be the desire to exercise their imagination with the no-sound, no-animation board game.
Amiga Joker (Jan, 1990)
Wie schon bei den anderen beiden AD & D Actionspielen mangelt es bei Dragons of Flame nicht an der Grafik, die dürfte sogar die beste von allen sein. Auch die Titelmusik und die sparsam verteilten verteilten Effekte sind erträglich, ebenso die Handhabung: man hat das Spiel fast allein mit dem Joystick im Griff! Leider kommt trotz alledem keine rechte Freude auf, weil das Programm ebenso lahm ist wie seine beiden beiden Vorgänger. Spielwitz und echtes Rollenspiel-Feeling verzweifelt gesucht.. Uns bleibt also weiterhin nur zu hoffen, daß irgendwann mal die richtigen AD & D Rollenspiele ihren Weg (vom C64 und PC) auf den Amiga finden werden – an der Zeit wär's ja langsam!
Amiga Power (May, 1991)
An excellent introduction to the new bread of fantasy RPGs.