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DragonfireGraphics: 3
Sound: 3
Replay Value: 3
Notes: 1- or 2-player game
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On the Intellivision, Dragonfire is one of Imagic's weaker entries, which I'd still rate, at worst, an average Intellivision game. It's not really any different than the Atari VCS version. In fact, I seem to recall that the treasures were prettier on the Atari because of Atari's line-by-line color capabilities as well as its deeper palette (256 colors vs. 16). It's really a joystick game. There isn't much to the sound, either. I prefer the Atari VCS version.




ROM No ROM variants have been identified.
Box So far, two variations have been found.
Manual Three variants have been identified.
Overlays No variations have been found.
Label To date, two labels have been recorded.
Easter Eggs No Easter Eggs have been found.




A total of two Dragonfire box variants have been documented.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Dragonfire Box (Imagic 710010-1 Rev. A) Imagic 710010-1 Rev. A 1982 U.S.A. Standard black tray with cardboard backing; has game name and catalog number on top; game title on silver background on spine
Dragonfire Box (Imagic 710010-2A) Imagic 710010-2A 1982 U.S.A. International Edition—text in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish; standard black tray with cardboard backing; has game name and catalog number on top; game title on silver background on spine




A total of three Dragonfire manual variants have been documented.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Dragonfire Manual (Imagic 700010-1A) Imagic 700010-1A 1982 U.S.A.  
Dragonfire Manual (Imagic 700010-2A) Imagic 700010-2A 1982 U.S.A. International Edition—instructions in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish
Image not available. Imagic ???? 1982   Dutch; noted by cmart; need confirmation of color, part number, et. al.; assume shocking red cover; released by Dunnet




A total of two Dragonfire overlay variants have been documented.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Dragonfire Overlay (Imagic 740010-1A) Imagic 740010-1A 1982    
Dragonfire Overlay (Phil Boland 740010-1A<br>PRTD2014) Phil Boland 740010-1A
PRTD2014
1982   Part of the Imagic Overlays 2.0 Set (2016)




A total of two Dragonfire label variants have been documented.

Image Vendor Part Number Year Origin Description
Dragonfire Label (Imagic 720010-1A) Imagic 720010-1A 1982 U.S.A. Picture label
Dragonfire Label (Imagic 720010-2A) Imagic 720010-2A 1982 U.S.A. International Edition—label text in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish; silver label




Title Screen For an Imagic game, the title screen is sub-par.—just an occasional fireball flying across the screen.
Sneaking Across the Moat This stage of the game gets especially challenging when the archer starts shooting arrows at you. It would have been cool to have more things like that show up.
Pilfer Pretty Trinkets from the Worm Honestly, I think the Atari VCS version of this screen looks better! Too bad the treasures weren't more colorful.




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