RaggieRags says: Lands of Lore 1 is still a great game, and also probably the easiest to start with in the genre. It's easy to get into but not easy to solve, making it suitable for both beginners and experienced gamers.
RaggieRags says: MM6 is not a grid-based RPG, but the rest of the pack are. MM1 and MM2 are probably too old for most gamers to enjoy, but MM3-6 are golden! Definitely recommended!
RaggieRags says: Not exactly a good old game, but a good game with an old soul. A Dungeon Master clone, meaning the emphasis is on puzzles and atmosphere, both of which it has in spades. An excellent game. If you are new to the genre, start with the "easy" difficulty.
RaggieRags says: A streamlined real-time grid RPG, suitable for all skill levels. Better than Stonekeep, but not by much.
RaggieRags says: Another streamlined grid RPG. Good fun, but not a classic. Also suitable for beginners, although I'd recommend Lands of Lore before this.
RaggieRags says: Known as *very* hard-core RPGs. Not for beginners.
RaggieRags says: Like many French games of its time, these games looked more interesting than they actually were.
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