DragonStrike (PC, 5 1/4" Disk) Strategic Simulations, Inc. - 1990 USA, Canada Release

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DragonStrike
Packaging cover DragonStrike.
Product ID 16685-04131
Product UPC 016685041313
Platform(s) PC
Packaging Retail Box
Media 5 1/4" Disk
Copyright date 1990
Publisher(s) Strategic Simulations, Inc.
Label Advanced Dungeons and Dragons
Developer(s) Westwood Studios
Category(s) Entertainment, Arcade
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

This first-ever dragon combat simulator lets you fly the mighty dragons of Krynn into fierce combat!

The War of the Lance has begun! The vile Dragonarmies are on the rampage and evil dragons cast long, dark shadows across the lands of Ansalon.

All hope for victory lies with the Solamnic Knights, those brave fighters who ride into aerial combat on the backs of their trusty, powerful steeds- the good dragons of Krynn!

But time is short and Evil is spreading. To the skies brave knight- and victory!

Battle enemy dragons, ships, castles, flying citadels and other flying creatures!

  • DragonStrike is the first AD&D computer game to use AD&D 2nd Edition game rules.
  • Witness the incredible animation of enemy dragons as you battle above the lands of Ansalon- from a realistic first-person viewpoint!
  • Dragons attack with talons, fangs and deadly breath weapons. Riders may engage the enemy with dragonlances and magical items earned during successful missions.
  • Progress through three different orders of Solamnic Knighthood, gaining bigger, more powerful dragon mounts.
  • Master over 20 different missions.
  • Features a detailed, fractally generated 3-D world with mountains, plains, castles and much more!

System Requirements

PC MS-DOS 3.1
Required CPU AT 286
Required RAM 512K
Supported Audio Yes
Supported Video CGA
EGA
VGA
MCGA
VGA 256 Color
Tandy 16 Color

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Retail Box cover DragonStrike. Retail Box back DragonStrike.

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