Treasures of the Savage Frontier

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Treasures of the Savage Frontier

DOS - 1992

Also released on: Amiga

Alt name Gateway II
Year 1992
Platform DOS
Released in Germany, United States (1992)
United States (1993)
Genre Role-Playing (RPG)
Theme D&D / AD&D, Dungeon Crawler, Fantasy, Licensed Title, Turn-based
Publisher Softgold Computerspiele GmbH, Strategic Simulations, Inc., WizardWorks Group, Inc.
Developer Beyond Software, Inc.
Perspective 1st-Person
Dosbox support Fully supported on 0.65
4.67 / 5 - 12 votes

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Manual, refcard and misc available

Description of Treasures of the Savage Frontier

Gateway to the Savage Frontier and Treasures of the Savage Frontier are the last two releases in SSI's famous but by-now-overused "Gold Box" engine.

Both games take place in the world of "Savage Frontier," a welcome change from the worlds of Forgotten Realms and Dragonlance used in most other Gold Box games. Gateway starts with your party drugged and robbed blind of all possessions. Soon, you get involved in a brewing political plot, and assigned the monumental task of defeating the evil wizard Vaalgamon. In the sequel Treasures of the Savage Frontier, the action starts after the first game leaves off: you are summoned to help the dwarves in their battle against the evil forces of Zhentil Keep.

If you have played Gold Box games, you'll know exactly what to expect here: a solid blend of real-time first-person perspective and turn-based isometric combat. Similar to other Gold Box games (and especially the Krynn series), there is a LOT of fighting in Gateway and Treasures: so much so that anyone who dislikes AD&D mechanics will likely feel frustrated. Fortunately, the mostly interesting stories help keep things interesting.

The best thing about these two games in my opinion is the character-specific side-quests: in Gateway, there are two NPCs that give you access to optional side quests, as well as different endings to the game. As befits the final Gold Box game, Treasures adds two welcome features: the effect of weather in battles, and the ability to call in reinforcements. Die-hard AD&D fans might complain about the low level caps (for example, eighth is the highest fighters can reach), but in a way, this serves as a nice throwback to the classic Pool of Radiance.

All in all, two worthy additions to every RPG's library, although the engine is clearly "long in the tooth," showing its age, and you still have to slog through far too many battles.

Review By HOTUD

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Comments and reviews

larry 2022-01-22 0 point

these games will die soon, unless they become abandonware. to be for free is a charm for older games in the beginning.

Sam Singer 2017-07-04 2 points DOS version

Lots of big thanks and regards from India to the guys who have worked on this amazing website that too without FORCED INDUCTION OF ADVERTISEMENTS like most other abandonware websites do these days

GoGaredicks 2016-11-23 1 point

Part of the legendary gold box series. It doesn't get more classic than this, remember playing Pool of Radiance on my C64 back in the day, good times. Can't recommend this nostalgic classics highly enough.

Melon 2016-06-09 0 point DOS version

Sorry, while my fix works, it also doesn't. Still can't access the characters that are created.

Melon 2016-06-09 1 point DOS version

OLE SKEWL:

Open up the TREASURE.CFG in a text editor and make sure that the save folder matches the dosbox path for the save folder.

If you have gateway installed, you can change the folder there too.

Madmax 2014-10-04 2 points DOS version

Dear, Wise Old Man:
Screen shot + Photoshop = "Your wish come true..."

DaGecko 2014-05-17 -1 point DOS version

found all the docs in pdf format

http://www.replacementdocs.com/search.php?q=treasures+of+the+savage+frontier&r=0&s=Search&in=&ex=&ep=&be=&t=downloads&adv=0

Mikey B 2014-03-06 0 point DOS version

I agree with atarb!!

Ole Skewl 2013-11-05 1 point DOS version

How do you get it to save? it says can't find save directory or import chars from gateway?

Mike 2013-09-27 0 point DOS version

Why isn't there a text version of the journal included? You actually need it to play the game and my journal has been long lost over the years as well as the disks.

A Wise Old Man 2013-02-21 0 point DOS version

The battle cry of this one was, obviously, "SHOW US YOUR TITS!!!" Sadly, nobody ever modded the game so that was possible :(

atarb 2009-12-19 0 point DOS version

Great old DnD game...I have a fetish for these. It's sick, dark and sexual. The game boxes touch my body.

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Game Extras and Resources

Some of these file may not be included in the game stores. For Treasures of the Savage Frontier, we have the following files:

ManualEnglish version 2 MB (DOS) RefcardEnglish version 658 KB (DOS) MiscAdventurers Journal English version 2 MB (DOS) MiscCluebook English version 11 MB (DOS) MiscIBM Data Card English version 6 MB (DOS) MiscInstruction Manual English version 3 MB (DOS)

Other Releases

Treasures of the Savage Frontier was also released on the following systems:

Amiga

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