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7 More Great Turn-Based Games On The Commodore 64

Commodore 64 had such a vast library - it seemed like there was something for any sort of player in it: From solid ports of arcade titles, like Wizard of Wor, to incredibly weird licensed projects - H...

Best turn-Based Games Commodore 64

7 Great Turn-Based Games on Commodore 64

Ah, Commodore 64. That name may not sound too familiar to those from the US. Yet, in Europe, that breadbin-shaped home computer smashed all sales' records! In some countries, like my own Italy, every ...

Doomdark’s Revenge

Mike Singleton released Doomdark’s Revenge in 1986, as the first sequel to Lords of Midnight. A second title in the unfortunately short-lived series, it plays very similarly to the other games in its ...



When the team led by Brian Fargo at Interplay finished the original The Bard’s Tale trilogy, they followed up on that success with another smash hit. Designed, among others, by Alan Pavlish and Ken St...

The Eternal Dagger

The player’s task is to find the titular Eternal Dagger – the only item which will stop the demonic invasion. But, compared to the original, the follow-up introduces a way more detailed combat system....



The player controls a team of six mercenaries, with only 100 minutes of real time at their disposal. Their mission? Defeat the evil General Zoff and rescue Ambassador Kryxix. Not the strongest of narr...

The Bard's Tale

The Bard’s Tale

The Bard’s Tale is among the most classic first-person RPG experiences. The Wizardry series was also an obvious inspiration.