Abandonware DOS title

Time and Magik: The Trilogy

Time and Magik: The Trilogy is an abandoned adventure game designed by Sue Gazzard, Peter Austin, Dave Williamson, developed by Level 9 Computing and released by Mandarin Software in 1988. Time and Magik: The Trilogy runs on DOS. Download the game here.
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Main executable file (run this to play the game): Time-a~1/MENU.EXE

DOS Games can't run on Windows. You need an emulator such as DOSbox and/or a front-end like D-Fend Reloaded. Follow these instructions to run DOS games on Windows systems.

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The individual games were initially released separately in 1983-1986. In 1988 the three games were revised, expanded and re-released together as a compilation by Mandarin Software.

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  • Christopher Salem - 15/08/2018 22:46
    Because of playing this game when I was little, I shall always think of rucksacks as travel bags with pockets inside of pockets, valerian as an eye rub (fictionally; seriously, never rub strange plants into the eyes), grandfather clocks are time machines, and walking skeletons can shake your sanity.
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