Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Blood & Magic

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Blood & Magic

Blood & Magic is a real-time strategy game focused on unit management rather than base construction. It uses the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons license (and thus has AD&D type units) and takes place in the Forgotten Realms AD&D setting. There are five...

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Name Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Blood & Magic
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AD&D Blood & Magic
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Platform MS-DOS
Release Date November 25, 1996
Game Type Released
ESRB E - Everyone
Developers Tachyon
Publishers Interplay
Genres Strategy
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Cooperative No
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Community Rating: 3.71
Total Votes: 7
Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_%26_Magic
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Blood & Magic is a real-time strategy game focused on unit management rather than base construction. It uses the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons license (and thus has AD&D type units) and takes place in the Forgotten Realms AD&D setting. There are five separate storyline scenarios of increasing difficulty with three missions per scenario, playable from the side of both factions each, for a total of 30 missions in the game. The game is tile-based with a 2D top-down perspective. The player starts out with the ability to create Basal Golems, around which the game revolves since they generate your sole source of power: mana. By spending mana they can be transformed into stronger fighter units or, less frequently, into buildings. The various types of terrain affect combat & movement; magical items may be found on the battlefield (and the enemy does use them, too!).
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