||(DOS 6.22 ONLY) (Retail Box) (DRAGLOREPR)
Suitable for all audiences
The Journey Begins...
As you travel through the adventure, powerful enemies, magical obstacles, and obscure quests can
thwart young Werner on his journey. As Werner travels through the Circle of Standing Stones, mountain caves, rivers,
bogs, and streams, help him keep an eye peeled for the Book of Spells, for it will help him greatly. Good journey, fair
weather to ye, and Godspeed.
Philosophers have said that our world and all of its peoples are just figments of a Dragon's Dream.
If that is true, then our world has cause to realize that Dragons do not only dream, they have nightmares.
When Dragons can be persuaded to speak of their past and heritage, they have occasion to mention a
Father Dragon, or Wyrm, who dreamed the world into existence. Others speculate that the gods created the world through
thought or divine fiat or dance or lovemaking. The Dragons seem the most positive, however, and who wishes to argue
with a Dragon?
Whoever dreamed up the world, the Dreams were varied and colorful. The Dragons found themselves in a
world of great plains, rushing rivers, storm-tossed seats, flourishing forests and majestic mountains. They had little
time to enjoy them before the Dreamer began to create creatures besides Dragons.
Requirements: IBM PC 486 DX or compatible, 4 MB RAM, 8 MB hard
drive space available, 2 MB EMS free, 600K free conventional memory, MS-DOS 5.0 with a memory manager or MS-DOS
6.0 or higher, SVGA with 1 MB VRAM, Double-speed CD-ROM drive, SoundBlaster or compatible sound card, 100% Microsoft
Note: The requirements above indicate that this program is
VERY unlikely to run on a standard Windows 95 or 98 system.
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