Archon: the Light and the Dark
Archon: the Light and the Dark is an old DOS fantasy strategy game, developed by Free Fall Associates, designed by Jonathan Freeman, Paul Reiche III and published by Electronic Arts in 1986. Archon: the Light and the Dark was turn-based strategy. It's available for download. Archon: the Light and the Dark is also part of the Archon series.
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Player modes: single player
Input: joystick, keyboard
Distributed on: 5,25 floppy disk
Sound cards supported: PC speaker
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- Christopher Salem - 14/08/2018 23:48I've found this game more challenging when played on the NES than the PC, as the AI in the NES version moves swifter, and the D-pad not as precise as a keyboard. Still, this is one game that if you've enjoyed it on one platform, you'll want to own it for your other platforms. A third way to win not mentioned in the manual, is to reduce your opponent to one creature, and then imprison that creature if it can be intimidated off a power point (power points are proof against magic). It is possible, though extremely rare, to stalemate a game.
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