Might and Magic VIII: Day of The Destroyer

a.k.a. Might and Magic 8

published by 3DO / Ubi Soft / SoldOut Software in 2000-03-07, developed by New World Computing, running on Windows
type: role-play
genre: Fantasy
series: Might and Magic
setting: Enroth
perspective: 1st person
player options: single player
languages: eng

Official description

The 8th Episode in the Award Winning Might and Magic Series.

The Destroyer is again walking the land. The legendary Planeswalker Escaton has been seen in Jadame, and the very elements themselves have felt his presence. In the four corners of the world, gates to the planes of Fire, Air, Earth and Water have opened and denizens of those realms are sweeping across the lands, devastating all in their path. Lead a band of rugged adventurers on a most perilous mission to save the kingdoms from ruin or watch as the lands are devastated forever.

* Explore the fantasy world of Jadame, a land of danger and intrigue.
* Create custom characters from a variety of fantastic races and classes.
* Combat dozens of formindable creatures as you strive to complete your quest.
* Customize the pace of play for either novice or expert gamers.

Might and Magic VIII: Day of the Destroyer is a follow-up to the award-winning best seller, Might and Magic VII: For Blood and Honour.
Box blurb - # 2007-07-30 19:13:20 - official description

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missing images: package, title, more in-game screens
Sanguine # 2008-11-07 16:13:12
From official site:
"The world of Enroth has fallen out of balance with the rest of the cosmos. As a result, the gateways to the elemental planes have been opened on your world, freeing the forces of Earth, Air, Fire, and Water to wreak havoc throughout the land.

You must form a party of up to five heroes to unite the human and monster races of the world in time to launch a joint campaign to close the gateways and save Enroth from planetary extinction.

As a novice mercenary hired to guard Dark Elven merchant's trade caravan, your first concern will be to escape the doomed Dagger Wound Islands to the mainland of Jadame.

Next, of course, you'll need to build up enough experience to elicit the help of others in the greatest adventure the world has ever seen.

Allies may be hard to come by in this continent of divided monster kingdoms and tribes, but don't be too surprised to find that your closest allies may come in the most monstrous forms. For amongst the usual Knights and Clerics you might also find Trolls, Dragons, Dark Elves -- or any number of other unexpected races willing to follow you to the ends of the world -- or even further.

As you build your party, gain experience and build up your arsenal of weapons, knowledge, artifacts and spells, you will also have your wits and resolve tested to their limits by the traps and puzzles set by your enemies, as well as by the elementals themselves.

Good luck and Godspeed, young adventurer!"
# 2002-10-16 11:56:28

Technical specs

display: _ (mixed), raster, textured polygons (mixed)

External reviews (2) - average: 57.5%

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