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Albion is a science fiction role-playing game (RPG) developed and published by German studio Blue Byte Software. It was released in 1995 for MS-DOS and later for Amiga. Albion is notable for its blend of traditional RPG elements with a unique setting and storyline.
The game takes place on the planet Albion, a world with a rich history and diverse ecosystems. Players assume the role of Tom Driscoll, a space pilot who crash-lands on Albion while investigating a mysterious signal. Upon landing, Tom discovers that Albion is inhabited by two distinct races: the indigenous, tribal-like inhabitants known as the Iskai, and the technologically advanced, human-like people called the Celts.
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DOS, Windows XP/98/95
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Albion review

Computer Games Magazine (1996): "Albion is a breath of fresh air for the RPG crowd. It offers something old, something new as the cliche goes. Though it may not offer enough CD-chrome to impress a new generation of SVGA indoctrinated gamers, those who cut their teeth on the likes of Might and Magic, Wizardry, and Ultima may find that the future looks a little brighter because of this latest offering from Blue Byte."

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Albion was originally released in German, then translated to English for international release.

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Additional info about Albion

Status: abandonware
Input: keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: cd-rom
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  • AbandonwareDOS 23/05/2019 15:14
    @Rennie: I suggest using some front-end. D-Fend can make your life much easier with DOS games
  • Rennie Grech 22/05/2019 17:53
    after mount c c:/albion c c:/ what type next ????? please help
  • Californication ZZ2 03/02/2016 19:38
    The graphics reminds me of the Bitmap Brothers games for Amiga.
  • Zetakhan 03/02/2016 19:32
    I tried to play it... but motion sickness starts as soon as I enter 3d zones. Too bad...
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