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Released in 1986, Wasteland is a post-apocalyptic multi-character roleplaying game for the Apple, Commodore 64 and IBM PC. It is widely regarded as one of the best CRPGs ever released and has worn numerous awards over the years. Two other games based on the Wasteland engine were released in 1990, "Fountain of Dreams" and "Escape From Hell". A sequel "Meantime" was planned but never completed. The critically acclaimed Fallout Series is commonly thought of as its spiritual descendant.
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Wizardry is considered the big granddaddy of computer fantasy role-playing games. One of the most ground breaking (and copied) computer role-playing games ever made, it was the first popular game to combine the elements of fantasy games like Dungeons and Dragons with what was then an infantile computer game market. The games of the Wizardry Series have developed in complexity over time, but the basic game structure - which involves commanding a party of adventurers as they explore dungeons, fight monsters, and obtain artifacts while completing their special quest - has remained intact, and the games retain their popularity. Scenarios 1-7 of the Wizardry Series were published in one CD by Interplay, while Wizardry 8 is currently in production at Sirtech Canada. Sites devoted to more than one scenario are located in the main Wizardry Series directory, and sites focusing on one individual game are located in folders for that particular scenario.
A party-based RPG for the PC published by Activision. The game is the work of D.W. Bradley, creator of Wizardry 5-7. Wizards & Warriors bills itself as a full-fledged RPG, and promises over 100 hours of gameplay. Under development since 1996, the game was released in September 2000. Initial reviews were good, although several fans had requested that a patch be made to fix bugs in the game. On Dec-8-2000, Heuristic Park, the game's developer, released an unofficial patch (one not sanctioned by Activision, the game's distributor) for the game.
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