İstanbul Efsaneleri: Lale Savaşçıları is one of the first Turkish games (first CRPG) ever developed for PCs. The game consists of a lot of different different spells (actually swear words from turkish) and a very different character system.
The story takes place in an alternative Istanbul. You start with a group of four Turkish youngsters who were playing football near an abandoned auto-park. When the ball accidentally went inside the building and of course the youngsters after the ball, they all find themselves in a medieval looking Istanbul. They use all of their training (swearing as spells, waste baskets as shields, and turnips as weapons) to overcome the dangers of this mysterious and evil-infested medieval looking Istanbul, and return to their homes.
The gameplay is from the first-person perspective. You control your party with the keyboard and find your way in the 2D environment. The combats are from an isometric point of view and turn-based.
Siliconworx & Compuphiliacs website (This is the website of the group that produced this game. Both Amiga and PC versions of the game has become "freeware" as of 2005. They can be legally download from this site.)
StillPsycho (Developers' website. Contains information on previously released and unreleased projects and a new downloadable version of 'Lale Savascilari' compatible with XP systems.)