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A fantastic combat, magic, and character development system make this one of the best RPG's of the 80's. DOS Droog (522)
Not an overly in-depth storyline, but gameplay is fun. DOS Mirrorshades2k (282)

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Combined User Score 16 3.8


Critic Reviews

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85
Commodore 64Happy Computer (Nov, 1986)
"Wizard's Crown" ist ein komplexes Rollenspiel-Vergnügen à la "Ultima" und ein Fest für fortgeschrittene Spieler. Das Taktikspiel-Element sorgt für eine reizvolle Note und bietet Rollenspielern eine gute Gelegenheit, an diesem Spielprinzip zu schnuppern. Grafik (zweckmäßig schlicht) und Sound (nackter Tastaturpieps) sind etwas schwächlich geraten. Für Anfänger ist "Wizard's Crown" allerdings nicht zu empfehlen; es sei denn, man scheut sich nicht, viel Zeit zu investieren, um sich mit dem Spielprinzip vertraut zu machen.
52
Wizard's Crown sums up all the pitfalls of computer-based RPG's. It looks awful and takes a long time to get into. It still manages, however, to exert a spell on those dedicated enough to give it a chance...
52
Wizard's Crown sums up all the pitfalls of computer-based RPG's. It looks awful and takes a long time to get into. It still manages, however, to exert a spell on those dedicated enough to give it a chance...
52
Wizard's Crown sums up all the pitfalls of computer-based RPG's. It looks awful and takes a long time to get into. It still manages, however, to exert a spell on those dedicated enough to give it a chance...
 
Apple IIComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Sep, 1986)
My one quarrel with this game is that the emphasis is very heavy on hack and slash. The puzzles, such as they are, are pretty trivial. There is no interaction to speak of between the party and anyone else. In town, you either buy or sell, both of which are mechanical actions; outdoors, everything you come across is hostile and must be killed. It does tend to get a little dull after awhile. Still, the game has many interesting features of its own, and should not be overlooked on that account. Bottom line: Recommended, although a little less hack and a little more puzzle would have been better.


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