Fantasy Empires (2866)

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System: PC (8086/8088)
Company: SSI
Year: 1994
Genre: Strategy, Action
Theme: War / Sword & Sorcery
Language: English
Licence: Commercial

Fantasy Empires (ID: 2866)

Disks:
4 x 3.5" HD (1440kB)
Format:
Raw (.IMG)
Copy Protection:
Unknown
Status:
Verified
Language:
English
Contributor:
mikic
Notes:
v1.0
SHA1 Hashes:

1b0f658fcaa1b9f140c1ade41849afe225a5a6ee  disk1.img
e272128de86d6b97576cb00a1ae618d1ef060a32  disk2.img
ce924186a10df073da055f5600183ce461b5b610  disk3.img
bc74cfa07aa89920e6cc420251499d30529fddb3  disk4.img
Added: 2018-11-15
Edited: 2020-04-20

Fantasy Empires (ID: 6)

Disks:
4 x 3.5" HD (1440kB)
Format:
Raw (.IMG)
Copy Protection:
Unknown
Status:
Unverified
Language:
German
Contributor:
Mr Creosote
Notes:
v1.1
SHA1 Hashes:

79ec5816e45c5ff87b4a28517feabfc29d8f5db8  disk1.img
4d1245400921adf1c87773167e103dbca5ef08c0  disk2.img
99b5dc2a4ecf08c0273ddf81d92c28c317a83306  disk3.img
d565c26e3dc2d3a214bcc5fe58be09c566ab8c30  disk4.img
Added: 2018-03-25
Edited: 2020-04-20

Fantasy Empires (ID: 726)

Disks:
4 x 3.5" HD (1440kB)
Format:
Raw (.IMG)
Copy Protection:
Unknown
Status:
Unverified
Language:
German
Contributor:
Mr Creosote
Notes:
v1.1
SHA1 Hashes:

4ab1e2387023ce8438dd722a18c0a24c442a257c  disk1.img
98833677c07fb992804db563fd727e6ea016933e  disk2.img
95fb49c2f7c8c2eecd0c0860f64f6b1d2c110281  disk3.img
170d74cc66d4110efc0f80e4f28eaee0e6a00f70  disk4.img
Added: 2018-03-25
Edited: 2020-04-20

Fantasy Empires (ID: 2539)

Disks:
4 x 3.5" HD (1440kB)
Format:
Raw (.IMG)
Copy Protection:
Unknown
Status:
Bad
Language:
English
Contributor:
escarioth
Notes:
v1.1. Disk 2 is corrupt (DATA2.ARJ).
SHA1 Hashes:

b4b8ed6b04179b88a3287ce17555fe480568dfb5  disk1.img
60649a1f775a731a3623786d587a493108974645  disk2.img
e16e8a8b870eaddf8f35b5274793eee3fa00fd3a  disk3.img
08c78788f37a320c3999678969a9c1c7a174a673  disk4.img
Added: 2018-11-15
Edited: 2020-04-20

Fantasy Empires (ID: 2868)

Disks:
4 x 3.5" DD (720kB)
Format:
Raw (.IMG)
Copy Protection:
Unknown
Status:
Verified
Language:
English
Contributor:
core
Notes:
v1.1. Fixes ID 2539.
SHA1 Hashes:

b4b8ed6b04179b88a3287ce17555fe480568dfb5  disk1.img
902bbed659ab72a0d7a6583c432287b36e83d497  disk2.img
e16e8a8b870eaddf8f35b5274793eee3fa00fd3a  disk3.img
08c78788f37a320c3999678969a9c1c7a174a673  disk4.img
Added: 2018-11-15
Edited: 2020-04-20

Comments (3) [Post comment]

Mr Creosote (2017-11-04):
Oh, yes, this buggy speed implementation hit me as well. When I upgraded to a DX2/66, I could only play by disabling CPU cache through the physical "Turbo" button during the battles.
NullVoid (2017-11-04):
Back in my Pentium days, this gme was already too fast, so hoping to control the soldiers was a lost cause. We only had to make sure we had wizards with the army when storming castles, because they were so much better than battering rams at taking out the enemy gates. Also, the DM kept chastising us because we had no keep in the territory we had only just conquered last turn, which was decidedly annoying. Still, overall, a nice game.
Mr Creosote (2011-06-22):

Quote:
A strategy game set in the D&D universe. A sequel of Stronghold? No - Fantasy Empires follows the futuristic footsteps of Cyber Empires. On the surface, not a lot has changed in the gameplay: Competing armies are strategically shuffled around a world map... until they meet, which is when the games zooms into a real-time battle screen on which the player can even control one soldier himself.

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