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Legend Of Ragnarok, The
ECS/OCS
alias King's Table: The Legend Of Ragnarok alias Ragnarok
Legend Of Ragnarok, The - Double Barrel Screenshot
Information 12 reviews Manual Cheatcode 2 weblinks
16 screenshots 2 boxscans 1 diskscan 2 miscshots 1 conversion Gamemap
Information
Year of the first release1993LicenseCommercial
Number of disks (or CD)3PublisherGametek - Worldwide
Number max of players2Budget publisher
Simultaneous max players1DeveloperImagitec
LanguageEnglish
ArtistsCoder : Hugh Davis (Tosh)
Coder : Kevin McIntosh
Graphician : Andy Walker
Graphician : Shaun McClure (SGM)
Graphician : Steve Noake (Slick)
Musician : Ian Howe (Howie)
Misc : Nigel Kershaw
Language in manualEnglish
French
German
Italian
HardwareECS
OCS
Amiga original gameno
Have cheatcodeno
Have SPS releaseno
WHD installyesWHD information
AuthorBored Seal
Updated  2002-08-05 18:49:01
HD installnoHD notes
Genre
CategoryGames
SubcategoryGames - Board Game
Dimension2D
Dimension3D
ThemeFantasy - Swords & Sorcery
ThemeGames - Board - Hnefatafl/Tafl/The King's Table
ThemeMythological - Norse
ViewpointAngle
ViewpointSideways
ViewpointTop Down
Conversion hardwarePC (DOS)
Conversion notes

Based on 1993 Imagitec/Mirage 1993 PC release.

N.B. Atari ST and Sega MegaDrive/Game Gear conversions were started, but never completed/released probably due to declining markets.

Classic compilation
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Rarity: Rare RareRareRare
Notes:  

[1] Game design by Nigel Kershaw. Coding by Kevin McIntosh and Hugh Davis (Tosh). Graphics by Andy Walker, Steve Noake and Shaun McClure. Music by Ian Howe.

[2] THE LEGEND OF RAGNAROK is based on an ancient Scandinavian board game known as Hnefatafl or "The King's Table" (as seen on the game box). The ancient board game was popular across northern Europe circa 400 B.C. until supplanted by chess in the 12th century, but was then resurrected in the modern era when published by Dragon magazine in 1987 and 1990 (see HERE).



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