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You have recieved word from a messenger that the "last dragon" has been kidnapped. You hold the scroll in your hand and read that you must travel with a special companion named Hawkwind. Only with him and yourself can you save the "last dragon" from never seeing the light of day again.


Dragonworld MSX Demo - Amsel, King Hawkwind and the last dragon
Dragonworld Commodore 64 The game was written by the same authors who wrote the fantasy book, "Dragonworld," first published in 1979.  The book is frequently compared with the "Hobbit" as a fantasy.
Dragonworld MSX Sailing
Dragonworld Apple II Starting location

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Dragonworld is based on a novel of the same name written by Byron Preiss, whose company was also responsible for developing the game, and Michael Reaves. It continues the story where the novel left off.

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