Now, before I describe the game the game in question, it might be Realms of Darkness, but I don't think so.
It was an RPG that included player handouts on fake parchment paper in the game box. At certain points of the game, you were told to refer to one piece or another. It was great for game immersion (and as a form of copy protection too I guess). It was the best computer based RPG I had played (or tried to) until that time
My copy was buggered, and the disc drive would crash on loading about 9 times in 10 for that game only - it could take me an hour or more to even get the game started. At some point later in time, I couldn't even do that.
GURPS - Fantasy Folk - From the web: "Fantastic Races for Fantasy Roleplaying" Twenty-five nonhuman fantasy races are detailed for GURPS Third Edition herein, complete with al...
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