Eye of the Beholder III: Assault on Myth Drannor
DOS - 1993
Also released on: PC-98
Description of Eye of the Beholder III: Assault on Myth Drannor
Eye of the Beholder III: Assault on Myth Drannor (aka アイ・オブ・ザ・ビホルダーIII, EOB3), a really nice role-playing (rpg) game sold in 1993 for DOS, is available and ready to be played again! Also available on PC-98, time to play a fantasy, real-time, licensed title, dungeon crawler and d&d / ad&d video game title.
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Mr Dred 2022-07-30 0 point
If you can get hold of the Forgotten Realms Archives ISOs (they still sell them at GOG i think) it contains all that dossy SSi golden age stuff, including Eye of Beholder 1-3, Dungeon Hack (the last iteration of the engine randomly generating dungeons), Pool of Radiance, Curse of the Azure Bonds, Secret of the Silver Blades, Pools of Darkness, Champions of Krynn, Death Knights of Krynn, Dark Queen of Krynn, Gateway to the Savage Frontier and Treasures of the Savage Frontier, if you are into retro RPGs there is hardly a better deal, it also contains all manuals and paragraph entries referenced in the games.
The best game of the series is Eye of Beholder 2, the third part wasn't done by Westwood anymore - its a good game as is Eye of the beholder 1, still the second entry is by far the best of them, as Curse of the Azure Bonds was for the Forgotten Realms settings. Pools of Darkness is the most technological advanced one and still quite beautiful in retro VGA look, it was very highly polished and meant as the crowning jewel of the "goldbox" AD&D games.
What the Forgotten Realms Archives do not contain is Lands of Lore, the Throne of Chaos, because it was the game Westwood made after the departure from SSi and Buck Rodgers Countdown to Doomsday and Matrix Cubed, because... well its scify and not a Frogotten Realms Setting i guess - still the Goldbox Engine.
All characters in a SSi series are transferable between games which means you can import your party from EOB1 to EOB2 and then EOB3 to play through the entire series.
14M4N0NYM0U5 2016-07-19 0 point
If you need the manual of a certain game, try looking here:
Thank me later.
fubar1999 2016-01-31 -1 point
how do you attack enemies?
they are attacking me but I don't know how to fight back.
ValeCora 2014-07-24 -1 point DOS version
I create party of 4 people but when i start game game stop and not run correct eye 1 and 2 run ok but eye of beholder 3 not run..whi? help need patch? Ps i use dos box on win xp
NightMoose 2012-10-25 2 points DOS version
Just Google the .pdf of the manual. I haven't had any trouble finding them.
dborwick 2012-03-15 1 point DOS version
This is an awesome site! However, many of these D&D games need passwords from the owners manual. Where do you get that info?
admin 2012-03-15 1 point DOS version
I have just uploaded Eye of the Beholder III: Assault on Myth Drannor in english ;) Look at the most recent game or use the search ! Cheers !
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