Realms of Quest V

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This game requires a 32k ram expansion.

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Description

Long and cruel was the Civil War, the brutality of it’s pains which tore into the civilities of the Lands of Greater Rivaria. Now at last, our differences settled, we stand united again yet teetering upon the precipice of our existence. Insidiously, the so-called “Resistance” swelled it’s ranks with the most seditious and foul of enemies. Their leader, still without name, seeks the overthrow of the Highest Sovereign of our Land, the Honourable Lady Carmilla Bane.

Legendary is the Tablet of Uthar. Behold, it was forged by the Gods of Creation, those who brought order and prosperity to our ancestors in the Days of Old. By the hands of their holy power, the Tablet of Uthar is utmost blessed. It holds the power to unite all in our lands to stand strong and defeat our enemies who seek to destroy our way of life… but… it is… fragmented.

Up to ten worthy adventurers are called upon to the Royal Castle to gather the Shards of the Tablet. So great is this current threat that all are called upon regardless of race, origin or creed; so long as they swear loyalty to our Highest Sovereign, Lady Carmilla Bane. By this Quest to unite the Holy Tablet, the people will be inspired to join together within their hearts as a Nation.

Therefore, all are called upon to surpass our imminent peril. Will you answer the call? Will you help lift us from this most desperate hour?

Viscount Beaumont
Emissary and most trusted advisor to Lady Carmilla Bane, the Highest Sovereign of our Land.

Realms of Quest V is a role-playing game influenced by the classics from the 1980s such as UltimaWizardryBard’s TalePhantasie and Telengard.

To play the game you will need a 32k ram expansion. Joystick is recommend but not required.

Featuring:

  • Over 350 multicolor graphical images that depict the monsters, characters and scenery portraits
  • 16 races, 16 classes, 2 genders and 3 alignments
  • A party can have up to 10 player characters, plus 10 summoned monsters.
  • An overland map that exceeds it’s predecessor by a factor of four!
  • 20 Cities and 20 villages
  • Persons that you can talk to and interact with
  • 20 mazes and dungeons to explore
  • 100 hours of game time
  • PAL / NTSC compatible!

Game package contains: 

  • Cardboard Box
  • Game on 2 floppies (4 sides!)
  • Extensive 52 pages Instruction Manual
  • World map printed on cloth
  • Greater Rivaria Coin
  • Digital version (D64 and D81 versions included)

Additional information

Dimensions 21 × 21 × 4 cm
Format

Digital, Floppy

3 reviews for Realms of Quest V

  1. Alexander (verified owner)

    I can’t understand that nobody cared to give a review to this exceptional game. RoQ V is one of the most impressive achievements in both VIC-20 and C64 programming I’ve ever played. It’s a proper RPG, many choices to build your own party (12 races and 12 classes to choose from, countless spells, items,…), with a very extensive and well built open world to explore and roam, interesting dungeon design, cities to visit and an easy to understand but very rewarding tactical turn based fighting system. The countles digitized portrait images look just fantastic, the overall appearence is very pleasant.
    So overall RoQ V is a brillant RPG in the tradition of the classics but with enough unique ideas to keep the player entertained for many, many hours. I purchased a C64 Maxi to be able to play it in a worthy way – yes, I really like this game that much. Highly recommended!

  2. Justin Webb

    Really glad I got this game. Very fun!

  3. Gary Kidwell

    Watched review on 8bit show and tell – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUsYNwISNNs&ab_channel=8-BitShowAndTell

    Sorry I gave a rating without actually playing it, but I wanted to leave a link to the review so I took the liberty for speaking for Robin, since he gave such high praise to the game.

    And since it looks great, I figured I’d pick it up in anticipation of my retro VIC20 coming in October.

    Is there any way to get a box version? I would love to own it and support the developer further.

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