Description of Wizard's Crown
A real "oldie but goodie" from SSI, this solid RPG goes beyond its CGA, run-from-floppy limitation with solid attention to detail, huge game world, and incredible amount of choices. A must-have for hardcore RPG'ers who don't mind primitive graphics. It wasn't really the best
Review By HOTUD
Captures and Snapshots
Screenshots from MobyGames.com
Screenshots from MobyGames.com
Comments and reviews
dejayc 2016-12-07 1 point Commodore 64 version
Seriously, people are still playing this game in late 2016?
I'm replaying it on a C64 emulator on Mac, since the DOS version seems to have severe bugs regarding experience and such. I, too, am running into an issue with every copy of the game missing the emerald key from the Old Thieve's guild. Even resetting the dungeons doesn't help. Argh!
Osric 2016-11-20 1 point DOS version
Is in this version here the emerald key in the tavern availlable? All versions i got were played disks where the owner got the key allready and because of this you cant end the game.
help 2015-07-07 2 points DOS version
is there a version of this game for the MAC platform? Playing in my browser doesn't allow me to save, and I am experiencing glitches.
Chris 2015-06-24 2 points DOS version
One of the all time greats, they did so much with so little code.
Torden 2015-03-29 1 point DOS version
I'm also one of those people who lived for this game! I accidentally stumbled onto a bug that can be exploited to finish the game more quickly:
1. Earn more than 200 XP
2. Buy skills until you have less than 100 XP
3. Now buy hit points or something else costing 100 XP. Since you have less than 100 XP, this should not be happening, but it does and you end up with more than 200 XP
4. Repeat the above until EVERYTHING is maxed out (which takes a bit of puzzling)
5. Start finding great stuff (weapons and armor) because your search skills are so ridiculously high, and sell at a high price because of your haggling skills.
This allowed us to finish the game at a reasonable speed, although you can still get in trouble because of fatigue rules.
Jeffman 2015-01-25 -1 point DOS version
Has anyone else run into glitches? First I noticed that when using Heal, I got an error saying he didn't have the skill. The after logging out a back in a few times, it started working. Now I realized that the Taverns are not reducing Morale loss at all. Any ideas?
Billy 2014-05-19 0 point DOS version
It's too bad the second game called Eternal Dagger never made it to the PC. Just as good as Wizard's Crown, but you'll love this game if you're into fantasy RPG games.
wyldecat 2014-04-26 0 point DOS version
I got this game right away when it first came out...I was a sophomore in college and i kid you not I must have played that game every waking hour I had. I cant wait to play it again.
Old Man H 2014-03-09 0 point DOS version
This was an excellent game, I look forward to picking it up again
guest 2012-10-03 0 point DOS version
Review of Wizard's Crown for DOS:
Write a comment
Share your gamer memories, help others to run the game or comment anything you'd like. If you have trouble to run Wizard's Crown, read the abandonware guide first!
Download Wizard's Crown
We may have multiple downloads for few games when different versions are available. Also, we try to upload manuals and extra documentations when possible. If the manual is missing and you own the original manual, please contact us!
Just one click to download at full speed!
Apple II version
Commodore 64 version
Fellow retro gamers also downloaded these games: