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Legends of Valour

DOS - 1992

Also available on: FM Towns

Alt names レジェンド・オブ・バロア/豪勇の伝説, Legends of Valour: Volume 1 - The Dawning, Legends of Valour: Gōyū no Densetsu
Year 1992
Platform DOS
Released in United Kingdom, United States
Genre Role-Playing (RPG)
Theme Fantasy
Publisher Strategic Simulations, Inc., U.S. Gold Ltd.
Developer Synthetic Dimensions
Perspective 1st-Person
Dosbox support Supported on 0.58
4.59 / 5 - 17 votes

Description of Legends of Valour

1992, the year Legends of Valour was released on DOS, as well as Amiga, Atari ST and FM Towns. Made by Synthetic Dimensions and published by Strategic Simulations, Inc., U.S. Gold Ltd., this role-playing (rpg) game is available for free on this page.

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Comments and reviews

Jhonnyx 2023-01-15 0 point

I recall seeing for the first time Elder Scrolls ARENA when it came out and thinking “hey, these are the same guys who made Legends of Valour!”

Ahah I feel so old :D

To Paladin 2022-03-14 0 point

ADF stands for Amiga Disk File (or Amiga Disk Floppy)

That only works with the Commodore Amiga, so look for an Amiga emulator for that.

That or download the DOS section files if you actually want to play on DOSBox

Holliday 2021-03-09 0 point

Just imagine if this game hadn't come out, its been quoted by the developers of Arena and Daggerfall as part of the inspiration!

k_machine 2021-01-05 2 points DOS version

Manual, map and cluebook available at the Museum of Computer Adventure Game History website.

Big Red 2018-04-11 0 point DOS version

I loved this game, it really was the precursor to games like buldars gate, totally worth the time I spent on it

Paladin 2018-01-17 -5 points Amiga version

Hi - cannot get DOSBOX to do anything with the 4 downloaded unzipped adf files - what am I doing wrong?

Onijitsu 2015-11-18 3 points

When this game first came out in the late 80s - there was an Atari ST version - you could submit your photograph to the developers, and they would send back a disk, so that your face would be pasted into your character in this game. This was one of the first, First-Person RPGs ever.

Stoner 2013-12-22 7 points DOS version

A lot of reviewers cut this game down, but I rather enjoyed (and still do) playing it. Lots to do in it if you have patience.

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DOS Version

ManualEnglish version 22 MB

Game Extras

Various files to help you run Legends of Valour, apply patches, fixes, maps or miscellaneous utilities.

MapEnglish version 2 MB RefcardEnglish version 464 KB MiscLimited Edition's Newspaper English version 3 MB MiscLimited Edition's Ads English version 1 MB

FM Towns Version

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