Tunnels & Trolls: Crusaders of Khazan
DOS - 1990
Also available on: PC-88
Description of Tunnels & Trolls: Crusaders of Khazan
Tunnels and Trolls is a cut above most high-profile RPGs because it shines in two of the most important elements of RPG: plot and writing.
From the first dozens of introductory screens that outline the backstory onward, the writing captures the true medieval-fantasy spirit. The well-developed storyline and side quests make up for the cumbersome interface and extremely frustrating combat where you can't kill certain monsters. Casual gamers need not apply, but die-hard RPGers will likely have a lot of fun with this classic.
Best of all, the developers are still selling and supporting the game more than a decade after its release, so go buy it today :)
Review By HOTUD
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Comments and reviews
RandomDude 2017-12-31 0 point DOS version
Looks great so far. Make sure to download the manual because the game uses it for copy protection. I used DOSBOX to run it and though I haven't played it much yet, between the storyline intro in the game and the manual, it's been a great time so far. Happy 2018!
Bill 2016-02-06 0 point
Spent a lot of time playing this, and the only thing is, I couldn't get past this one spot, can't really remember where,.... think it was a pit or something. anyways, loved it.
loki 2015-01-01 1 point DOS version
i swear i must have clocked up thousands of hours playing this when i was younger. i remember the easiest way to level up was to just keep walking around the wine cellar in castle overkill and let the alcohol fumes level up your PCs.
pete 2013-05-06 0 point DOS version
used to love playing when i was 12. didnt know any better lol
A Wise Old Man 2013-02-20 0 point DOS version
The problem with this game is that it doesn't quite capture the feel of real T&T. It's missing almost all of the adult themes - something that set it apart from Gygax's holier-than-thou D&D gameplay - and it just can't capture the fun of building up a character so that in order to make saving or stat rolls, you need a 44oz Slurpee cup full of cheap D6s to dump on the table. Still, the game plays well, earning the same accolade that Wizardry did when it first came out: A very good computer version of bad D&D.
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