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The evil wizard Mordroc has kidnapped princess Daphne to marry her. Dirk the Daring will have to use a magical time machine to free Daphne again.


Don Bluth




Credited cast:
Hal Smith ... Mordroc / Cheshire Cat / Card Soldiers / Time Machine (Mordroc's brother) / Dirk's Mother-In-Law (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dan Molina Dan Molina ... Dirk the Daring (voice)
Vera Pacheco Vera Pacheco ... Princess Daphne (voice) (as Vera Lanpher)
Michael Rye Michael Rye ... Narrator (voice)

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The evil wizard Mordroc has kidnapped princess Daphne to marry her. Dirk the Daring will have to use a magical time machine to free Daphne again.

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70% of the animation for the game was done shortly after the release of Space Ace, however by this point the bottom had fallen out of the arcade market, and the funding for the project fell out. It wasn't until five years later that animation on the game was finally completed. See more »


Mordroc: You want Daphne? Hahahahahaha! Go get her!
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Alternate Versions

The DVD version contains the alternate version of the final level from the pre-production version where Princess Daphne doesn't turn into a monster but Dirk still fights Mordroc anyway and it ends with Mordroc getting the death ring in his finger but this time Dirk doesn't escape the Daphne monster but Mordroc ends up bubbling up until he bursts while the final version has him turn into a monster while Dirk dodges the Daphne-monster and Dirk blows up Mordroc with his sword. See more »

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A technical marvel
21 June 2001 | by Nutri-GrainSee all my reviews

The Dragon's Lair and Space Ace series were an amazing breakthrough in video game history. The third installment, Dragon's Lair II, was by far the best. With beautiful animation and well-acted voices, this one forced me to waste away my quarters at the old local arcade. Although now scarce, this arcade game was and still is the best video game ever!

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Release Date:

16 June 1991 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dragon's Lair II: Timewarp See more »


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$2,300,000 (estimated)
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