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Crystals of Arborea is an RPG which is a precursor to the Ishar games. The party of six (+1) characters roam the world (on a 2D map or by exploring 3D individual locations), defeating Mogroth's minions, gathering experience points and becoming stronger.

Tags: Fantasy, Party split, Turn-based combat  

Platforms: Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS  

Year: 1990

Ishar: Legend of the Fortress is the sequel to the Crystals of Arborea. Morgoth and Morgula, the black god and his witch wife who were defeated in the previous game, had a child, Krogh. Their evil progeny is based in the fortress Ishar, which means "unknown" in the elven tongue, and has plans to reduce to population of Kendoria to slavery.

Tags: Fantasy, Real-time combat  

Platforms: Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS  

Year: 1992

The gameplay system is similar to that of the predecessor and includes exploration of 3D outdoor areas, towns, and dungeons, party management and real-time combat. In the sequel the player can import saved characters from Ishar, or recruit characters to join Zubaran on the quest. The game world includes dungeons, tree-cities, mountain paths with real graded height effect.

Tags: Fantasy, Real-time combat  

Platforms: Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS  

Year: 1993

In the third installment of Ishar series the player can control Zubaran or import characters both from Ishar or Ishar 2. The gameplay is very similar to that of the second game.

Tags: Fantasy, Real-time combat  

Platforms: Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS, Windows  

Year: 1994


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