J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. I
DOS - 1990
Also available on: Amiga
Description of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. I
Commonly regarded as one of the best Tolkien games ever made, Interplay's adaptation is an excellent blend of RPG and adventure that vividly captures the spirit of Tolkien's worlds through cutscenes and vibrant in-game graphics. The only downsides I can think of for this cult classic are: no automap feature (added in the CD-ROM version) and numerous combats (althought most are avoidable). The game is truly epic in scope and design, and the fact that it does not follow the book too closely leads to numerous side-quests and different paths to the end. Highly recommended.
Review By HOTUD
How to play J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. I
Bin / Cue image of the CD version, check the DOSBox Wiki to install the game properly. Thanks to Jay for his help.
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KlooKloo 2017-08-16 0 point DOS version
I remember when my parents got our first CPU with a CD-ROM drive. We got an Encyclopedia, music videos, and a CD of a million apps and game demos including this one. Good times.
neurogenesis 2015-04-04 2 points DOS version
Regarding the CD issues. LORDCD.cue has a bug in it. Open the file in a txt editor and change `FILE "LORD_CD.bin" BINARY` to `FILE "LORDCD.bin" BINARY`. This way, it has the accurate filename for the .bin. Then you will be able to imgmount the cue instead of mounting the bin. Mounting the .cue is necessary to get the music playing. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, see the DOSbox Wiki link above.
a person 2015-02-07 -1 point DOS version
If anybody has an answer about the question that Mark asked CD-ROM must be active in order to play music can you post the answers or instructions and please make it sound as simple as possible maybe write a demonstration.
Mark 2015-01-07 0 point DOS version
Anyone else getting a message saying that the CD-ROM must be active in order to play music? It would seem the game plays well if I just go through the full install using the image-mount walkthrough. Am I missing a step in DOSbox that will activate my "CD-ROM"? I know this is a shot in the dark, but figured I would try.
Tazodie 2014-02-24 0 point DOS version
I have the CDROM Version, I have sent a pm to Admin to see about uploading.
DAFUQ 2012-08-19 0 point DOS version
omg, it looks (a bit) like the movies ! I mean that it wasnt hard at all to make a movie when you already have alot of elements from old games, pictures...
wolfen 2008-12-28 0 point DOS version
if you like this download get the cd version it has movie clips as like the movie animated intro of the original lord of the rings! as it tell about the rings history great game !
mr fox 2008-06-17 -1 point DOS version
man this game looks kool, even has movies? that would be kool if it has the movie you can watch, or even alot of clips would be kool too. i recomend it very much and im getting it now. get xfire, and add me if anyone wants to be friends and chat xD download xfire and add friend soldierslayer1 im aka hitman and its a gaming thing, you will love xfire. for games and playing online plus keeping up with friends that play games not online and it shows your statistics on xfire about your gameplay for others to see and yourself.
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