The Wizardry Adventure
A New World of Wizardry
The horror that destroyed an entire civilization has
returned. It has only one target: you.
A New world of Adventure. An ancient evil stalks you.
the age-old Nitherin talismans are your only hope. Yet these talismans also
contain a ferocious energy, the ultimate power of destruction...Quite
Enter Nemesis, a world of mystery, magic and
A New World of Enchantment. Nemesis invites
you into a spectacular world spanning 5 CDs. With stunning 3D graphics that
take you into a whole new realm. Responsive, realtime combat. A full stereo
soundtrack. Rich digital speech. And an easy to use interface that won't get in
the way of your adventure.
A New World of Challenge. As you explore the forests,
castles and hidden ruins of Nemesis, you'll test your wits as well as your
sword. Unravel clues to unlock the mysteries of fiendish traps and mystic
devices in the only adventure earning the mark of Wizardry.
IBM & 100% compatibles, 496/66 Mhz processor (Pentium
recommended), 8 MB RAM (16 MB recommended), double speed CD-ROM (quad speed
recommended), PC/MS-DOS 5.0 or higher, mouse, sound card for speech, music and
sound effects (most makes supported), 256 color SVGA graphics.
games do not work on Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7 and we do not offer
technical support for DOS games running on such systems. However, if you really
want to run games like this on your fast new computer 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 other graphic-intensive DOS games.
For older DOS games like Civilization, however, it works well with any machine
capable of running newer operating systems.
To start with, you will need to download the Win32
Installer using this link:
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:
We find that it is best to create a separate shortcut for
each DOSBox game. That makes starting the game easier and also makes full
screen mode easier to deal with.
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