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Computer Gaming World #147 October 1996:
    "Strategy Game Of The Year" -Computer Gaming World

    "Turn Based Strategy Game Of The Year" -Computer Games Strategy Plus

    "Get this game, it's a classic" -Wade Glasscock

    "It's one of the BEST strategy games I've ever played" -Mark Asher

    "Heroes of Might and Magic is an excellent game" -Tony Damiani

    "It's great, wonderful, long term play value (Win 95 version), and highly addicting" -Barbara Christensen

    "An excellent and entertaining game" -Darrin Fesperman

    [Great Year!] [Great Game!]

    Mythical ceratures come to life as you battle for control of newly discovered lands in the award-winning strategy game Heroes of Might and Magic. Explore virgin territory and capture strategic positions and resources while expanding your influence and establishing your dominance. Recruit your heroes, gather your armies, and challenge the other warlords for supremacy. Victory is within your reach if you have the brains and brawn to take it.

  • Over thirty unique combat units
  • Dozens of strategic scenarios
  • Custom "World Builder" included in the Win 95 version
  • Exquisite SVGA graphics
  • Intense Computer AI
  • Multiplayer: hot-seat, modem, network, direct connect

  • Contributed by Adam Baratz (1484) on Apr 16, 2001.

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    The realms of might and magic are expanding. New lands have been discovered and you must rise to the challenge of conquering them. Beware, for many warlords have risen to test your leadership and tactics. You must carefully manage all the resources at your disposal or you will surely be defeated. Now is the time to recruit your heroes, gather your armies, and lead them to victory.

  • Multiple individual scenarios
  • Massive interconnected campaign
  • Cunning computer opponents
  • Exquisite SVGA graphics
  • Unlimited replay
  • Multiplayer: Direct connect, network, or modem

    Contributed by Benjamin Tucker (297) on Jan 04, 2000.