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ZOOM AD&D Masterpiece Collection
Sold Out (DOS 6.2 Only) (Docs on CD) (AD&DMASTPR)

Discontinued

Stategic Simulations, Inc.

Game

Behold! The Key to Endless AD&D Adventuring

AD&D Dark Sun: Shattered Lands. Explore the most successful new fantasy world ever launched - the AD&D Dark Sun game world! Shattered Lands delivers cutting-edge technology, unrivaled game design and an intricate storyline. Choose from all-new races with higher levels and multiple classes. Spectacular full-screen graphics and cinematics mean you never leave the screen to go into another mode for combat, inventory or conversation. Superb music and sound effects enhance the fantasy experience.

Requirements: 386/33 (486/33 recommended), 2MB RAM (4 MB recommended), VGA card, DOS 5.0 or later, 17 MB of hard drive space, mouse/keyboard/joystick. Sound: Adlib, SoundBlaster, Pro Audio Spectrum, Roland and 100% compatibles.

AD&D Dark Sun 2: Wake of the Ravager. Return to the horror-filled wasteland of Athas, where the mighty Dragon of Ur Draxa and his powerful minion, the Lord Warrior, await your challenge! Wake of the Ravager employs spectacular full-screen graphics and cinematics throughout the adventure. The superbly orchestrated musical score and digitized sound effects complete the illusion. Action is coninuous: combat conversation and exploration all take place in one screen mode - for a seamless suspenseful adventure.

Requriements: 386/33 (486/50 recommended), 4MB RAM, VGA card, DOS 5.0 or later, 27 MB of hard drive space, mouse/keyboard/joystick. Sound: Aria, SoundBlaster Family (except AWE card), SW32/GW32, Soundscape, Wave Blaster, Sound Canvas, Gravis Native Mode, Soundman Wave and 100% compatibles.

AD&D Ravenloft: Strahd's Possession. Experience AD&D gothic horror role-playing at its very best. Unveil and destroy Strahd, one of the most nefarious of all gothic horror characters or you'll never escape the terror of the AD&D Ravenloft game world. High-resolution 256-color VGA graphics, an exceptionally large 3-D gaming window, 30 authentic Ravenloft creatures and a story-driven character generator will keep you busy for hours on end. Just be careful - things get pretty eerie when the sun sets.

Requirements: 386/40 (486/33 recommended), 4MB RAM, VGA card, DOS 5.0 or later, 13MB of hard drive space, mouse/keyboard/joystick. Sound: Aria, SoundBlaster family, SW32/GW32, Soundscape, Wave Blaster, Sound Canvas (music only), Gravis Native Mode, Soundman Wave-OPL4 and 100% compatibles.

AD&D Ravenloft II: Stone Prophet. This adventure returns you to the AD&D Ravenloft game world for some intense dungeon exploration. New monsters lurk around every turn. New tactics make combat even more challenging, and the ability to fly adds incredible intensity to battles. And Stone Prophet gives you more puzzles than any other AD&D computer game. Add high-res VGA graphics, an eerie, digitized musical score and sound effects and you'll be wrapped up for hours and hours.

Requirements: 386/33 (486/33 recommended(, 4MB RAM, VGA card, DOS 5.0 or later, 25MB or hard drive space, mouse/keyboard/joystick. Sound: Aria, SoundBlaster family, SW32/GW32, Soundscape, Wave Blaster, Sound Canvas, Soundman Wave and 100% compatibles.

AD&D Forgotten Realms: Menzoberranzan. Welcome to the subterranean realm known as Underdark - and the fabled, malevolent city of Menzoberranzan. Prepare for a Forgotten Realms game world experience like never before. New monsters abound. New tactics and abilities make combat much more intense. Enjoy spectacular sights and sounds. High-res VGA delivers the graphic beauty of SVGA without an SVGA card. And state-of-the-art digitized voices and sounds enrich the sensory experience.

Requirements: 386/40 (486/33 recommended), 4MB RAM, VGA card, DOS 5.0 or later, 13MB of hard drive space, mouse/keyboard/joystick. Sound: Aria, SoundBlaster family (except AWE card), SW32/GW32, Soundscape, Wave Blaster, Sound Canvas (music only), Gravis Native Mode, Soundman Wave and 100% compatible.

AD&D Al-Qadim: Genie's Curse. A complex, pre-generated character grants you quick entrance to the wildly exotic new AD&D Al-Qadim game world, where high magic and dark deeds reign. Encounter genies, sinister sorcerers, wise hermits and many more mysterious beings - each with their own challenges. Choose from a vast number of magical items to solve challenging real-time puzzles. And savor a tightly woven storyline that's enhanced by grand cinematic musical themes - all in the style of the Arabian Nights.

Requirements: 386/33 (486/33 recommended), 4MB RAM, VGA card, DOS 5.0 or later, 16MB of hard drive space, mouse/keyboard/joystick. Sound: Aria, SoundBlaster family, SW32/GW32, Soundscape, Wave Blaster, Sound Canvas, Pro Audio Spectrum, Gravis Ultrasound and 100% compatibles.

DOS games do not work on Windows XP, of course, and we do not offer technical support for DOS games running on Windows XP. However, if you really want to run games like this on your fast new Windows XP machine you should try using DOSBox. The DOSBox OpenSource DOS emulator is an excellent piece of work which we can highly recommend. It isn't possible for us to guarantee that it will work well for you, however, especially on newer graphic-intensive DOS games. On older DOS games, like Dark Sun, for example, it runs well on any machine capable of running Windows XP. Please note that we have *not* tested all 6 of these games on DOSBox at this time; some may work and others may not. For example, we can't get Menzoberranzan to work no matter how hard we try.

To start with, you will need to download the Win32 Installer using this link: http://dosbox.sourceforge.net/download.php?main=1

The README file included with DOSBox will tell you what you need to know. If you find it a bit too technical, just click on The Newbie's Pictoral Guide to DOSBox on the following page: http://vogons.zetafleet.com/viewforum.php?f=39



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