Game based on Terry Patchett's famous Discworld series. On a world that is being carried on four elephants standing on a huge turtle dark plots are brewing in the city of Ankh-Morpork. A secret society is planning to release a dragon so that they can take over the city. Little do they know that the dragon is planning to take over from them after it has been released. At Unseen University (the home and school for wizards.) the Arch-chancellor sends regular anti-hero learner-wizard Rincewind to try to stop the dragon and this involves Rincewind, with the aid of his lunatic luggage (a chest with lots of feet that follow him everywhere), sets out to solve the mystery. This involves Rincewind travelling through both space and time... Written by
Lee Horton <Leeh@tcp.co.uk>
Also Known As:
Discworld: The Trouble with Dragons
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The creators of the videogame found that the program crashed on a certain number of chipsets on PC compatible machines. When they sent the program to be duplicated, they included a floppy with the instructions "If the game experiences crashes or hangs, please boot with this floppy." The game publishers, Psygnosis, discovered this after 10,000 copies had been shipped to America and demanded these scary-sounding floppies be removed before distribution to stores. Psygnosis USA employees unwrapped all 10,000 copies, removed the floppies, and re-shrunk-wrap the copies in one day and one night. See more
Rincewind has 2 different voices. Most of his voice is Eric Idle, but a few things he says in the game were later added by Rob Brydon. See more
I couldn't take it. Thumping! Not thumping! Me brain's gone potty!
Get Them off me, they're all green!
Spoofs The Terminator