and War from SSI
Strategic Simulations has recently released four new game titles
including the sequel to Questron.
takes over where the original game left
off. The player's character is in possession of the Evil Book of Magic
that was stolen from Mantor the crazed magician. The book cannot be
destroyed, so the player must send his character back in time to ensure
that the book is never created. The player has encounters with
creatures that must be fought off with weapons and spells.
The game is available for the Commodore 64/128 for a
suggested retail price of $39.95. The Apple II and IBM versions retail
for $44.95, while the Atari ST and Amiga versions sell for $49.95.
Another sequel is also available from SSI. The
Eternal Dagger is the follow-up to The Wizard's Crown. Players must
search for magical weapons and then must take a journey while solving
puzzles. The object of the game is to find the Eternal Dagger. The game
is available for the Apple II series, the Atari 8-bit, and the
Commodore 64/128 for a suggested retail price of $39.95.
In Roadwar Europe,
the player assumes the role of
the leader of a road gang equipped with cars, trucks, and motorcycles
in post-doomsday Europe. The player's mission is to locate and disarm
five hidden bombs, find the enemy's headquarters, and destroy the
terrorist leaders while battling mutants, cannibals, and rival road
gangs. The Apple II, 64/128, and IBM versions sell for $39.95. The
Atari ST and Amiga versions retail for $44.95.
Players can reenact the Civil War Battle of Shiloh
in SSI's Shiloh: Grant's Trial in
the West. There are three levels of
combat to choose from, and, during solitaire play, the computer can
direct the North, the South, or both sides. The game is available for
the Apple II series, the Atari 8-bit, the Commodore 64/128, and the IBM
PC and compatibles for a suggested retail price of $39.95.
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