Germany played in the early 90s...4votes I like it
Katiilein says: Realms of Arkania 1+2 are like it's sequel part of the Northland Triology. They are games based upon a german Pen & Paper game and that they base on that is very obvious. You have literarry hundreds of skills and you use many of them.
Katiilein says: Realms of Arkania 3 Shadows over Riva, brought some changes, especially graphic wise to the series. It places you in Riva, where your quest and a few sidequests take place. This game has a cook that wears womens clothes, yay!
Katiilein says: Out of these games part 3-5 should not have been missing in a well sorted shelf of Games in the early 90s in Germany. They are Roleplaying games that have a big addictive factor, even tho they are damn hard too. All time classic here...
Katiilein says: Settlers is a long running series of strategy games that in part 2, reaches -at least in my opinion- it's highest point. Cute little graphics it is fun to play and watching your Settlers settle. Learn the german word Wuselfaktor!
Katiilein says: Germany loves them some adventures and Simon the Sorceror is one of the best. Dirty strange humor, fairy tale landscape and quests. And don't forget the cute Swampling. May remind one or the other of you of Kings Quest, without dying of course!
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