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Albion

Albion is an abandoned fantasy rpg game, developed by Blue Byte Software and released by Blue Byte Software in 1996. Albion runs on DOS. It's available for download.
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Input: keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: cd-rom

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Comments

  • 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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