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 Yendorian Tales: Book I
Yendorian Tales: Book I
1994, SmithWare / Spectrum Pacific Publishing
Yendorian Tales Book I is an overhead view fantasy role-playing game. The player can create and control a party of up to six characters belonging to a variety of classes. Interaction with the NPCs is performed by typing in conversation themes, similarly to Ultima games. Combat takes place on separate screens; the player-controlled party and the opponents move on the battle screen in a turn-based fashion. The vile monsters in the land of Yendor are growing more numerous. The governors have called for all that are willing to come forth. You must assemble a party of strong fighters and cunning magic users to defeat the monstrous hordes...
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