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Box artwork for Dragons of Flame.
Box artwork for Dragons of Flame.
Dragons of Flame
Developer(s)U.S. Gold
Publisher(s)Strategic Simulations
Year released1989
System(s)Commodore Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64/128, DOS, Sinclair ZX Spectrum
Preceded byHeroes of the Lance
Followed byShadow Sorcerer
SeriesDragonlance
Genre(s)Action, Platform
Players1
ModesSingle player
Dragons of Flame
Developer(s)Atelier Double
Publisher(s)Pony Canyon
Year released1992
System(s)NES
Dragons of Flame
Developer(s)Opera House
Publisher(s)Pony Canyon
Year released1992
System(s)FM Towns, NEC PC-9801
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Dragons of Flame is the sequel to the poorly-received Heroes of the Lance. Among the things improved are the controls and the difficulty level. The overall difficulty has been toned down and the playability increased with the addition of several features and items that you can pick up. The game is still pretty short, though. Like the previous Silver Box title, it's an Action-adventure game instead of an RPG.

The Famicom version was never released outside Japan. A fan translation patch exists.

Versions[edit]

Note that the most popular port is different from the ones with the most advanced graphics.

Original versions 1989: MS-DOS, Amiga
Most popular port 1989: MS-DOS
Most advanced ports 1989: Amiga
1990: Atari ST
Other ports Commodore 64 (1990), Amstrad CPC (1990)
ZX Spectrum (1990)
NES, FM Towns, NEC PC-9801

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