Dragons of Flame (video game)
|Dragons of Flame|
Nintendo Entertainment System cover art
|Publisher(s)||Strategic Simulations, Inc.
The style of the game is very much like its predecessor, horizontally scrolling fighting controlling one character at a time.
It is based on the second Dragonlance campaign module, Dragons of Flame, and the second half of the first Dragonlance novel Dragons of Autumn Twilight. The plot is a faithful representation of the books it is based on.
The game Shadow Sorcerer is a sequel to this game's storyline, but has quite different gameplay.
The Famicom version, the only AD&D Famicom game not released on the NES, was the first game to be translated by the fan translation group DvD Translations (October 31, 2003).
According to GameSpy, "while the number of characters was increased to 10, the gameplay remained the same moderately competent, hack-'n-slash, side-scrolling action, marking this as another less than stellar entry on SSI's resume".
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