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King's Bounty

DOS - 1990

Also available on: Amiga - Mac - Apple II - Commodore 64 - Genesis

Alt names
King's Bounty: The Conqueror's Quest, King's Bounty: Nusumareta Chitsujo, King's Bounty: A Conqueror's Quest
Released in
United States
Fantasy, Turn-based
New World Computing, Inc.
New World Computing, Inc.
4.37 / 5 - 27 votes

Description of King's Bounty

Back when I became instantly addicted to this fantasy strategy game, I wondered why it didn't sell better than it did, and why so few magazines recognized its quality. Years later, when the game was given a tremendous facelift and reborn as Heroes of Might and Magic (HOMM), the great game concept finally got the attention it deserves.

Still, few people know about HOMM's predecessor even when New World Computing included it with the first HOMM game. So here it is.... the true beginning of a classic fantasy conquer-thy-neighbor series :)

Review By HOTUD

How to play King's Bounty

You have to run "KB!.com" to make it work

Comments and reviews

Frylock 2017-06-14 1 point Mac version

How Do I play the Mac version on my mac? It says I dont have an application to run it.

Jake 2016-04-12 1 point

How do i save when playing online?

admin 2014-09-02 1 point DOS version

@GREMLIN, You have to launch "KB!.com"

Gremlin 2014-08-29 0 point DOS version

Apparently the crack isn't working as I'm running it right now and it quits the game back to DOSBox when I try to hit Enter past the copy protection.

admin 2014-08-11 0 point DOS version

The game is cracked, just hit enter when it asks for passcode.

AlVacado 2014-08-09 0 point DOS version

Hmm, since 1990 I seam to have misplaced my manual. any suggestions on the copy protection?

mayoyayo 2014-05-26 0 point DOS version

I used to play this, learnt all the tricks. I remember beating this in ~52 in-game days (for reference, impossible mode gives you 200), and being pissed because a 50/50 guess on the grail was the only reason I didn't get a sub-50 run.

GraGamFor 2012-10-03 0 point DOS version

Amazing game! it's 2012, and its still cool, compared to games that are made ourdays.
I just have forgot how to go to other continents and cyrcling Continentia :)

oLemon 2010-11-16 0 point DOS version

very enjoyable game. It's how Heroes would be if it would not be turnbased, but an rpg consisting of moves.
Don't fight ghosts unless you only have high tier units! Don't try to create a superstack of joined ghosts, they will rebel when they close up to 1000 units.

I have a certain round of KB that I remember. I found druid dwellings who were excellent shooters to have joining. After stabilizing using those, I got the high tier units of the home town and some stuffs and dove into the next world/underground or what it was finding dwellings for pink dragons and stuff as well as the obelisks needed to finish the game. It was very neat.

Talvert 2009-10-16 0 point DOS version

Ah, this brings back memories. I remember playing this with a broken arm as a kid. This actually gave birth to the Heroes of Might and Magic series of strategy games.

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