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Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Dragons of Flame

a.k.a. AD&D ドラゴン オブ フレイム / AD&D ドラゴン・オブ・フレイム

created and published by Pony Canyon in 1992-02-21, running on Nintendo Entertainment System
type: action/reflex, beat 'em up, platformer, adventure, role-play
genre: Fantasy
series: Heroes of Dragonlance, Dungeons & Dragons
setting: Medieval, Dragonlance
perspective: side view bird's-eye
player options: single player
languages: jpn

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Description
Game description from Romhacking.net:

This, I think, is the sequel to Heroes of the Lance. Heroes of the Lance is, well, barely playable, and therefore not very fun. Dragons of Flame turns the playability up a few notches, but the game still manages to be not very fun. To me, anyways. For starters, there's an overworld now. And you can go talk to people, who respond in Japanese! Whee! And monsters run into you, Zelda II-style, and then you fight them in a side-view, also Zelda II-style. Except, the monsters beat the hell out of you and you can't really do much about it. Except heal constantly. Whee, just like a real RPG! Okay I'm done.
(cjlee001) - # 2006
Technical specs
display: raster
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Contributors (4)
AndreaD
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cjlee001
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Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Dragons of Flame (Nintendo Entertainment System)
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