King Arthur's KORT screenshot
King Arthur's KORT gameplay screenshot
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Multiplayer:
Single player
For Kids:
Yes
Resolution:
320 × 240
Link:
Official Website
* Archived, May 1997
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King Arthur's KORT screenshot
King Arthur's KORT gameplay screenshot
DOSGames.com Review:  Rating: 3
King Arthur's KORT is a medieval fantasy strategy war game. According to the instructions, "You are a knight and your task is this: to conquer Britain." Select one of the knights of the round table and then try to destroy your opponents by carefully using your money to buy soldiers and strategically attack while maintaining your defenses. There are three difficulty levels, and some basic instructions are included on the initial game menu. However the instruction booklet that came with this Deluxe (aka registered) version of the game is not available (if you have it, please send it to me!) so you'll need to figure out what a lot of the buttons and icons and things do.

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