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Might and Magic III: Isles of Terra Screenshots (DOS)

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DOS version

Title screen
Not just your average creepy disembodied head, this one talks to you!
Creating a character
Character stats
A fountain in the first town
Shopping at the armory
Training (the watermelon joust!)
Fighting some early-game ogres
Getting beaten by zombies
Inventory screen
The good old quick reference screen
Spell book and magic menu
The notes in your questlog
Healing at a temple
Need to make a deposit? That's what banks are for
In these desks you can usually find helpful NPCs
You can improve some skills by paying for training
Checking the bars out...
Combat! Plus, the new "Quick fight" menu
Finally! An auto-map!!
Goblins up ahead! Eat some arrows!
Hmm... Drink from the well?
Becoming Crusaders in the Dark Temple of Moo
The face of death
The typical magic guild, open only at night
Code words will teleport the party to any town and beyond
Fighting a Fire Lizard who guards a very useful statue
Scorpia may look tough, but she's a pushover
Chests hold treasure and quest items, but beware! Only the Robber can open them safely.
This Sonic Ninja can scream the party to death.
From a certain shoreline the player can hire a tour boat...
...that drops him off in Swamptown, not the best place to be, early in the game!
These swamp denizens are all around the town: that they look like Elvis is probably purely subjective
What? You don't accept my credit card from the Agricultural Bank of China?
Sometimes these signs tell you weird things...
Shacks, outposts, wagons, crypts, caves - there are so many structures in the game, and they serve different purposes
It's okay, I've been wearing the same socks for like five days
Hipster sorcerers in groovy outfits zap you with lightning. Dig the vibe, dude
You'll even meet people who tell you jokes!
These dark blue chests contain awesome treasure - but you'll need to find the right passwords to open them! Something tells me this is not the right one...
No RPG is complete without a snowy region. Here, a strange statue demands money from us...
This scene reminds me of Robin Hood!
In the middle of the game world is the Isle of Fire - a very, very nasty place! Look at the party portraits to see what happens to us there...
Raven, one of the game's most powerful recruitable characters, casts Starburst, one of the game's most powerful spells. Watch the effects!
The skull gives me a helpful advice, seemingly unaware of the fact that I've already been using walkthroughs extensively
I really needed a vacation, so I traveled to this tropical island. However, local denizens didn't make me feel welcome
This is what happens if you touch everything you see - yes, we got some cool items, but also got attacked by weird birds
Crystals, devices, orbs, thrones, artifacts - the game is full of things to discover!
You can go to the Arena and fight for money, experience, and glory. Well, mostly for the first two
As per Might and Magic tradition, later stages of the game abandon medieval fantasy in favor of science fiction