Abandonware DOS title

Game company profile: New World Computing

Known for: the Might and Magic RPGs and the Heroes of Might and Magic series.
Based in:
U.S.A. U.S.A.
Founded by:
Jon Van Caneghem, Michaela Van Caneghem, Mark Caldwell
Established in:
1984
Closed in:
2003
New World Computing

Games by New World Computing

A chronological list of games published or developed by New World Computing from 1987 to 1999 on Abandonware DOS for DOS, Windows, Linux or Mac.
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Might and Magic Book One: Secret of the Inner Sanctum

1987DOSrpg first-person party-based RPG
Might and Magic Book One: The Secret of the Inner Sanctum is a classic first-person role-playing video game (RPG) released in 1986 for DOS and other platforms. It was developed and published by New World Computing and designed by Jon Van Caneghem. This game is considered one of the pioneers of the RPG genre.
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Might and Magic 2: Gates to Another World

1988DOSrpg first-person party-based RPG
Might and Magic II: Gates to Another World is a classic role-playing video game developed and published by New World Computing. It was originally released in 1988 for various home computer platforms, including the Apple II, MS-DOS, and Commodore 64. The game is part of the long-running Might and Magic series and is known for its deep gameplay, and challenging dungeon crawling.The game follows a quest to save the land of Cron from a powerful evil force. The plot unfolds as players explore the world, interact with NPCs, and uncover the mysteries of the game's universe.
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Nuclear War

1989DOSstrategy board game
Nuclear War is an abandoned turn-based strategy game designed by Eric Hyman and Jon Van Caneghem. Nuclear War was developed and released by New World Computing in 1989 for Amiga and, later, for DOS, and it's loosely based on a card game of the same name. Nuclear War took a satirical approach to the grim possibility of a global nuclear war and succeeded in creating the right mood and (simplified) gameplay, in contrast to more realistic and serious strategy games.
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King's Bounty

1990DOSMacstrategy turn-based tactics
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Tunnels & Trolls: Crusaders of Khazan

1990DOSrpg top-down party-based RPG
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Joe and Mac Cavemen Ninja

1991DOSaction platform
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Might and Magic 3: Isles of Terra

1991DOSrpgprotected first-person party-based RPG
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Planet's Edge

1991DOSrpgprotected top-down party-based RPG
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Might and Magic 4: Clouds of Xeen

1992DOSrpgprotected first-person party-based RPG
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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Spaceward Ho!

1992Windows 3.xDOSstrategy 4x
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Empire Deluxe

1993DOSWindows 3.xstrategy turn-based tactics, wargame
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Might and Magic 5: Darkside of Xeen

1993DOSrpgprotected first-person party-based RPG
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Iron Cross

1994DOSstrategy wargame
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Might and Magic: World of Xeen

1994DOSMacrpgprotected first-person party-based RPG
Might and Magic: World of Xeen is a fantasy role-playing game (RPG) released in 1994, which is a combination of two games: Clouds of Xeen and Darkside of Xeen. These games were part of the Might and Magic series, a franchise of RPGs developed by New World Computing. World of Xeen represents the merging of these two games into a single, interconnected world.World of Xeen features classic turn-based combat, where players control a party of characters with various skills and abilities. Players explore dungeons, solve puzzles, and interact with NPCs in towns.
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Anvil of dawn

1995DOSrpgprotected dungeon crawl
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Empire II: The Art of War

1995DOSWindows XP/98/95strategy wargame, turn-based tactics
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Heroes of Might and Magic

1995DOSWindows XP/98/95strategyprotected turn-based tactics
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Might and Magic: Swords of Xeen

1995DOSrpg first-person party-based RPG
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Chaos Overlords

1996Windows XP/98/95Macstrategyprotected board game
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Heroes of Might and Magic II

1996DOSWindows XP/98/95strategyprotected turn-based tactics
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Heroes of Might and Magic III: The Restoration of Erathia

1999Windows XP/98/95strategyprotected turn-based tactics
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Might and Magic 7: For Blood and Honor

1999DOSrpgprotected first-person party-based RPG
Might and Magic VII: For Blood and Honor is a fantasy role-playing game (RPG) developed by New World Computing and released in 1999. It is the seventh installment in the long-running Might and Magic series. The game is set in the fictional world of Enroth and takes place in the same universe as the previous Might and Magic games. Might and Magic VII retains the turn-based combat system of its predecessors, allowing players to strategically plan their moves in battles.