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|title=<center>Drakkar (DOS port)</center>
 
|title=<center>Drakkar (DOS port)</center>
 
|image=Drakkar-a.jpg
 
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|imagecaption=The box cover for the game.
 
|imagecaption=The box cover for the game.
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|datefound=31 Dec '17
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|foundby= "UKA"
 
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'''Drakkar''' is a Spanish arcade game developed by [http://computeremuzone.com/?id=games&cat=2&val=Delta Delta] and/or [http://computeremuzone.com/?id=games&cat=2&val=Diabolic Diabolic] which was released for Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, MSX and MS-DOS in 1990.<ref>[http://computeremuzone.com/ficha.php?id=408 Drakkar @ computeremuzone.com (Spanish)] Retrieved 18 Jun '17</ref>
 
'''Drakkar''' is a Spanish arcade game developed by [http://computeremuzone.com/?id=games&cat=2&val=Delta Delta] and/or [http://computeremuzone.com/?id=games&cat=2&val=Diabolic Diabolic] which was released for Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, MSX and MS-DOS in 1990.<ref>[http://computeremuzone.com/ficha.php?id=408 Drakkar @ computeremuzone.com (Spanish)] Retrieved 18 Jun '17</ref>
  
 
==Availability==
 
==Availability==
The Spectrum and Amstrad CPC versions of the game were found a long time ago. In 2016, the MSX version was also found and uploaded on computeremuzone.com<ref>[http://computeremuzone.com/ficha.php?id=408 Drakkar @ computeremuzone.com (Spanish)] Retrieved 18 Jun '17</ref>. However, the MS-DOS version has not yet been rediscovered.
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The Spectrum and Amstrad CPC versions of the game had been made available sometime before the search began. In 2016, the MSX version was also found and uploaded on computeremuzone.com<ref>[http://computeremuzone.com/ficha.php?id=408 Drakkar @ computeremuzone.com (Spanish)] Retrieved 18 Jun '17</ref>.
  
The MS-DOS port of the game has been documented on computeremuzone.com<ref>[http://computeremuzone.com/ficha.php?id=408 Drakkar @ computeremuzone.com (Spanish)] Retrieved 18 Jun '17</ref>. Additionally, the MS-DOS port of the game is also mentioned in the game's manual<ref>[http://computeremuzone.com/ficha.php?id=408&pg=manual#menu Drakkar - manual @ computeremuzone.com (Spanish)] Retrieved 18 Jun '17</ref> and six different commertials<ref>[http://computeremuzone.com/ficha.php?id=408&pg=media#menu Drakkar - commercials @ computeremuzone.com (Spanish)] Retrieved 18 Jun '17</ref>. All these pieces of evidence are uploaded and preserved on the LMW.
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The MS-DOS port of the game is documented on computeremuzone.com<ref>[http://computeremuzone.com/ficha.php?id=408 Drakkar @ computeremuzone.com (Spanish)] Retrieved 18 Jun '17</ref>. Additionally, the MS-DOS port of the game is also mentioned in the game's manual<ref>[http://computeremuzone.com/ficha.php?id=408&pg=manual#menu Drakkar - manual @ computeremuzone.com (Spanish)] Retrieved 18 Jun '17</ref> and six different advertisments<ref>[http://computeremuzone.com/ficha.php?id=408&pg=media#menu Drakkar - commercials @ computeremuzone.com (Spanish)] Retrieved 18 Jun '17</ref>. All these pieces of evidence are uploaded and preserved below.
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In December of 2017, old-games.ru user "Uka" uploaded a manual, screenshots, and floppy disc for the MS-DOS port of Drakkar to the internet.<ref>[https://www.old-games.ru/game/download/7512.html Drakkar - files @ old-games.ru] Retrieved 03 Mar '18</ref>
  
 
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'''Drakkar - Advertisements''' (Spanish)''':'''
 
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Revision as of 18:54, 3 March 2018

Drakkar-a.jpg

The box cover for the game.

Status: Found

Date found: 31 Dec '17

Found by: "UKA"

Drakkar is a Spanish arcade game developed by Delta and/or Diabolic which was released for Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, MSX and MS-DOS in 1990.[1]

Availability

The Spectrum and Amstrad CPC versions of the game had been made available sometime before the search began. In 2016, the MSX version was also found and uploaded on computeremuzone.com[2].

The MS-DOS port of the game is documented on computeremuzone.com[3]. Additionally, the MS-DOS port of the game is also mentioned in the game's manual[4] and six different advertisments[5]. All these pieces of evidence are uploaded and preserved below.

In December of 2017, old-games.ru user "Uka" uploaded a manual, screenshots, and floppy disc for the MS-DOS port of Drakkar to the internet.[6]

Gallery

Drakkar - Manual (Spanish):

Drakkar - Advertisements (Spanish):

Drakkar - In-game content:

Amstrad CPC (walkthrough)
Spectrum (walkthrough).

References