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A charming turn-based, party-based indie Dungeon RPG from Pon Pon Games
Classic party-based, turn-based western RPG, inspired by the games from the 90s era.
A first-person dungeon-crawling RPG from Zen Studios. The story, locations and characters are inspired by Central European folklore.
An arcade style bullet hell shooter developed for Z80 machines such as the Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum and the MSX
The infamous vaporware CRPG developed by Golden Era Games was originally announced in 1995. After a long, tumultuous development of 22 years, it was finally released on August 4, 2017.
The sequel to Legend of Grimrock expands from a single dungeon to an entire island.
An Amiga dungeon crawler. Although pre-launch issues kept it from its 1996 retail release, it was eventually put out as freeware.
Might and Magic X: Legacy is the first new Might and Magic RPG in over a decade and the first one under Ubisoft's tenure of the series. It is set in the fantasy world of Ashan a few years after the events of Might and Magic: Heroes VI.
Legend of Grimrock is a modern take on the first-person dungeon crawler genre. Similar to Dungeon Master and Eye of the Beholder, players progress through the game by descending further into the dungeon whilst solving puzzles and slaying enemies.
Explore the lush but dangerous Yggdrasil Labyrinth in this old-school first person dungeon crawler on the DS, that gives players the ability to draw their own maps.
3D dungeon RPG with a simple design and strong old D&D influence.
This was the final entry in the original Might and Magic franchise series that had begun with Might and Magic: Secret of the Inner Sanctum. Featuring a new engine and enhanced gameplay system, players would be challenged to save the land of Chedian from invasion.
A first-person turn-based RPG developed by Racjin and Atlus. It is inspired by Sir-Tech's venerable Wizardry series and features similar gameplay with a JRPG twist.
Wizardy 8 was Sir-Tech's final installment of the Wizardry series, one of the oldest and most venerated RPG franchises. In this final adventure, the player must lead a party against the Dark Savant, a powerful being in search of the secrets behind the Ascension.
A Moderately received RPG By D.W. Bradley and Heuristic Park, Inc.
Considered by many to be the best game in the original Might and Magic series, this game places the player in control of his own custom group of four heroes, out to save the world from certain destruction at the hands of a mysterious new army of devils.
The fifth entry in the Wizardry series is a wholly independent adventure taking the series' formula and pitting the player against the threat of great evil dwelling within a vast maze beneath a castle. Only the brave need apply in delving into the mysteries surrounding the Heart of the Maelstrom.
Wizardry 7: Crusaders of the Dark Savant is a hugely in-depth PC fantasy RPG. The player creates a party of up to 6 characters choosing from 11 races and 14 professions and vetures forth into the world of Guardia tasked with recovering the Cosmic Forge from the Dark Savant.
GayBlade is an action role-playing game designed by Ryan Best and released in 1992. It is one of the earliest examples of an LGBT-themed video game.
Following their adventures in Might and Magic II, the players take up the quest to save the Isles of Terra from complete destruction. Only by unearthing the secrets of the legendary wizard, Corak, and his nemesis hidden somewhere within the islands can they hope to save the land and themselves.
Gates to Another World picks up where the first game left off as a powerful villain that had escaped the party at the end of that adventure threatens the world of CRON with destruction.
The sixth game of the Wizardry series of fantasy roleplaying games sends a fresh party of adventurers on a quest to rediscover the Cosmic Forge, a pen said to make real anything that was written with it.
The fourth in the Wizardry series of games. In this one though, you play as Werdna himself and must continue on as the weakened wizard who was defeated in the Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord game. Can you regain your powers and get your amulet back?
The third adventure in the Wizardry series sees the City of Llylgamyn rocked by a series of natural disasters. Only the descendants of the party of heroes that had saved the land before can confront the dragon, L'Kbreth, to petition it for the wisdom needed to avert them.
Wizardry II continues the story arc that had started with the first game. After Werdna's defeat, a new threat arises to disrupt the peace of the kingdom. A party of adventurers must explore a dungeon filled with danger to recover the armor of the Knight of Diamonds.
The first chapter of what would become one of the defining series for PC-based RPGs, this instant classic pit a group of adventurers against the evil wizard, Werdna, in a quest for an amulet that they must retrieve for Trebor, the Mad Overlord.
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