Dragon's Lair

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Dragon's Lair

DOS - 1989

Also released on: Mac - Amiga

Alt name Don Bluth's Dragon's Lair
Year 1989
Platform DOS
Released in United States
Genre Action
Theme Fantasy, Full Motion Video, Timed Input
Publisher Sullivan Bluth Interactive Media, Inc.
Developer Sullivan Bluth Interactive Media, Inc.
Perspective Fixed / Flip-screen
4 / 5 - 43 votes

Description of Dragon's Lair

Dragon's Lair, a really nice action game sold in 1989 for DOS, is available and ready to be played again! Also available on Mac and Amiga, time to play a fantasy, full motion video and timed input video game title.

Comments and reviews

Noname 2019-07-10 0 point

I used to play the arcade version of this back in 1984, I think. I just know there were major changes in my life in 1986 so my memories are split into pre and post '86.

When I first saw it I was blown away. The look (graphics) were cartoon smooth, big and bright. I think I spent a dollar/day on it, that was the limit. I didn't want to stand there pumping quarters into it then walk away feeling like I'd been had. Plus, playing just a little each day prolonged the magic.

This is the first game I ever "won" as in playing until it ended. One day I was doing the usual, getting squeezed by snakes and sucked down by quicksand when I noticed the lights. Going any further could constitute a spoiler so I'll stop now.

Stranger 2017-12-08 1 point

Stranger Things 2 brought me here

AKA-Luke 2017-05-21 0 point DOS version

How do you play this on a pc if you do not have a joystick? What are the keyboard keys to use?

Capismama 2015-07-04 0 point DOS version

I played this games a million times and never could get to the end....maybe now that I'm a LITTLE BIT more adept with computers, I might make it, huh?

Mathew 2015-01-28 0 point DOS version

How do i Play it ?

Rogue 2015-01-18 0 point DOS version

If you have trouble playing this game, try using D-Fend Reloaded. http://dfendreloaded.sourceforge.net/Download.html

Wolf 2014-09-17 1 point DOS version

@novaexpress this game was made for dosbox, you must open dosbox, run the
cd (folder) and type in game to play.

swagiefid 2014-06-25 0 point DOS version

good game yo

Novaexpress 2014-06-18 0 point DOS version

How came that those 80s and 90s cartoonish videogames never work on my Windows 8? Just downloaded and tried to open GAME.EXE. It says "impossible to run this upp on your pc". Are they too old for Win8?

ron 2014-06-09 0 point DOS version

the best

umair 2013-07-03 0 point DOS version

thanka

McKraken 2012-04-02 0 point DOS version

Loved this game as a kid ... even if it did piss me off at times :) The animation always reminded me of Disney's The sword in the stone

admin 2012-03-12 1 point DOS version

Why does that surprise you so much ;) ? It is quite common for that graphic quality !

Dave 2012-03-11 1 point DOS version

how can this be only 3mb??

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Other Releases

Dragon's Lair was also released on the following systems:

Mac

Amiga

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