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Wizardry 1: Proving grounds of the mad overlord

Wizardry 1: Proving grounds of the mad overlord is an abandoned turn-based rpg game designed by Andrew C. Greenberg, Robert J. Woodhead, developed by Sir-tech Software and released by Sir-tech Software in 1981. Wizardry 1: Proving grounds of the mad overlord runs on DOS. Wizardry 1: Proving grounds of the mad overlord is part of the Wizardry game series.
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Wizardry 1 was developed by Andrew Greenberg and Robert Woodhead. In 1980, Norman Sirotek formed Sir-Tech Software, Inc. and launched a Beta version of the product at the 1980 Boston Computer Convention. The final version of the game was released in 1981.

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Status: abandonware

Input: keyboard

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  • James - 28/03/2023 14:46
    I remember playing this for hours and hours on end back when it came out. Damn im old.
  • Bret - 27/01/2021 00:17
    I am trying to use D-Fend to run proving grounds. It attempts to load but goes blue screen and shuts down, what can I do?
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