List of Might and Magic media

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This is a list of media related to the Might and Magic series of role-playing video games. Might and Magic was originally created by New World Computing, and was later produced by The 3DO Company and Ubisoft. This list contains all officially released, scheduled, and canceled Might and Magic media, as well as some released fan made add ons.

Video games[edit]

Might and Magic[edit]

Heroes of Might and Magic[edit]

  • The Price of Loyalty (1997)
  • Warlords of the Wasteland (2000)
  • Conquest of the Underworld (2000)
  • Clash of the Dragons (2000)
  • Masters of the Elements (2000)
  • The World Tree (2000)
  • The Fiery Moon (2000)
  • Revolt of the Beastmasters[Note 2] (2001)
  • The Sword of Frost[Note 2] (2001)
  • The Gathering Storm (2002)
  • Winds of War (2003)

Spin-offs[edit]

Fan-made[edit]

  • Heroes of Might and Magic III: In the Wake of Gods (2001; add-on/mod for The Shadow of Death)
  • Heroes of Might and Magic IV: Equilibris (2003; add-on/mod for any version of Heroes IV)
  • Might and Magic Tribute: The Book of Ceth (In Development; Prequel to Might and Magic VI)
  • Heroes of Might and Magic III: Horn of The Abyss (2011; add-on/mod for The Shadow of Death)

Tabletop games[edit]

  • Storm Winds (2006)
  • Heroes of Might and Magic V (collectible card game) (2006)
  • Might & Magic Heroes (board game) (2012)

Novels[edit]

  • Might and Magic Book One: The Dreamwright (Geary Gravel, 1995)
  • Might and Magic Book Two: The Shadowsmith (Geary Gravel, 1996)
  • Might and Magic Book Three: The Worldcrafters (Geary Gravel, cancelled)
  • Might and Magic: The Sea of Mist (Mel Odom, 2001)

See also[edit]

  • King's Bounty, a forerunner to the Heroes of Might and Magic series
  • Dragon Rage, originally developed as a Might and Magic game

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Might and Magic IV and V can be combined to produce a single game called World of Xeen. This combination unlocks additional content not available in any of the games alone. World of Xeen has also been released as a bundle in 1994.
  2. ^ a b The Sword of Frost and Revolt of the Beastmasters have been released as a bundle named The Final Chapters.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jeff Green (April 2004). "Jon Van Caneghem Speaks". Computer Gaming World. Second, one of the main reasons I was excited to go with 3DO was the ability to create Might and Magic Online. 3DO had the entire infrastructure from their game Meridian 59. With all the ideas I had (most of which have still not appeared in current games), we could have created something really awesome. The future for me in 1996 was definitely online games. Alas, the decision was that for the same budget as MMO, 3DO could make three PS2 games. [dead link]
  2. ^ "Profile of Rob Ellis II". linkedIn. Archived from the original on 2010-09-19. Retrieved 2010-09-19. Game Designer on Might & Magic Online which was canceled after I left 3DO. Left in November 1997 
  3. ^ Ubisoft. "Might&Magic Heroes Online - Gamescom Teaser". YouTube. 
  4. ^ Ubisoft. "Might&Magic Raiders - Gamescom Teaser". YouTube. 

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Video games[edit]

Spin-offs and related titles[edit]

Fan-made[edit]

Tabletop games[edit]

Novels[edit]