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If you're interested in classic games and love freebies, you should absolutely take a look at these first two chapters of "The Elder Scrolls" franchise. We've again collected some interesting details and reviews for these games for you. Take a look.
- The Elder Scrolls: Chapter II - Daggerfall by Bethesda Softworks
- The Elder Scrolls: Chapter I - Arena by Bethesda Softworks
- HINT: How to play these games?
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The Elder Scrolls: Chapter II - Daggerfall
an RPG, released 1996 by Bethesda Softworks.
The Great Machine Awakens: The ancient golem Numidium, a powerful weapon once used by the great Tiber Septim to unify Tamriel, has been found in Iliac Bay. In the power struggle that follows, the King of Daggerfall is murdered and his spirit haunts the kingdom. The Emperor Uriel Septim VII sends his champion to the province of High Rock to put the king’s spirit to rest and ensure that the golem does not fall into the wrong hands.
"Elder Scrolls: Daggerfall Review" by Lazy Game Reviews
The Elder Scrolls: Chapter I - Arena
an RPG, released 1994 by Bethesda Softworks.
The Legend Begins: The imperial battlemage Jagar Tharn betrays the Emperor Uriel Septim by imprisoning him in an alternate dimension, then assuming the Emperor’s identity and place on the throne. A lone prisoner must travel to Tamriel’s most famous and dangerous sites to collect the shattered Staff of Chaos, save the Emperor and free the Empire.
"Elder Scrolls: Arena Review" by Lazy Game Reviews
How to play the games on your computer?
The full versions of both games are playable through a DOS emulator. Our recommendation is to use the DOSBox frontend D-Fend (Windows).
Following you'll find some hints how to add and how to play games with D-Fend.
Add a game: Click [File] » [Import] » [Import archive file] » Select a game (.zip) file from your harddrive » Click [Open] » A new window opens » Don't change anything in this window and click [Ok]. » The game has been added to your library!
Play a game: You should now see and start the game from the main list.
Mac or Linux gamer? A list of DOSBox Frontends for any platform is available here.
If you have any question or problem, take a look at the comments!