Abandonware DOS title

Betrayal at Krondor

Betrayal at Krondor is rpg game designed by John Cutter, developed by Dynamix and released by Sierra On-Line in 1993. Betrayal at Krondor runs on DOS. Betrayal at Krondor was based on a novel. Betrayal at Krondor is part of the Betrayal at Krondor game series.
underrated underdog
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Additional info about Betrayal at Krondor

Status: NOT abandonware
Input: keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom, download
Abandonware DOS views: 21367
Series: Betrayal at Krondor is part of the Betrayal at Krondor series.

Comments

  • Michael Ford 07/05/2021 22:06
    looking for a file or copy of the first version of Betrayal at Krondor that was on 3 1/2 disks
  • Sikor 10/12/2020 12:24
    Love this game. One of my absolute favourites.
  • llcasel 15/09/2020 01:43
    awesome, i still got the box and diskettes, although diskette 1 might be damaged. thank you for putting this online.
    donation failed because of my paypal, i WILL try that again.
  • Wolfie 17/01/2019 16:01
    Betrayal at Krondor is one of the most underrated RPGs today. If you can squint past its somewhat dated graphics, you'll find a diamond in the rough. Well worth playing!

    As a side note, there is a somewhat similar game in the making at www.callofsaregnar.com. The author seems to have taken BaK as its main inspiration.
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