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Might and Magic 4: Clouds of Xeen

Might and Magic IV: Clouds of Xeen is a role-playing video game developed and published by New World Computing in 1992. It's part of the long-running Might and Magic series. In Clouds of Xeen, players explore the world of Xeen, which is composed of four elemental realms: air, earth, fire, and water. The game features a first-person perspective and allows players to create a party of characters, each with their own skills, attributes, and abilities.
The gameplay revolves around exploration, questing, and combat. Players navigate through dungeons, towns, and wilderness areas, interacting with NPCs, solving puzzles, and engaging in turn-based battles with various monsters and enemies.
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Computer Gaming World (1993): "Overall, Clouds of Xeen has many improvements over the previous game, in particular the addition of the auto-notes, reducing the number of “super items”, the separate inventory fur quest items, and the choice of two modes of play, as well as others mentioned above. Game play moves along more smoothly, and with less frustration (and fewer lost notes) than in prior entries in the series. What still needs work, however, is integrating more quests into the plot and having an actual story that develops as the game progresses. (...) The world is rather empty of everyday people, and this in turn makes it hard to have anything beyond a barebones story. A more populated world, with a more solid foundation, would go a long way to beefing up the enjoyment of the game."

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The game was available initially on floppy disc but was also released on CD. Might and Magic IV and V were some of the very first Western games to come out on CD.

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Additional info about Might and Magic 4: Clouds of Xeen

Status: NOT abandonware
Input: keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk, cd-rom
Abandonware DOS views: 11308
Series: Might and Magic 4: Clouds of Xeen is part of the Might and Magic series.

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