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Dragon's Lair 20th Anniversary Special Edition Manual

Published 2 June 2018


The 20th Anniversary Edition of Dragon's Lair is the boxed set that has it all. This groundbreaking DVD release that allows you to play a fully interactive version of the classic laser-disc arcade shooting game using your remote control. We had also added a video that show all of the scenes on this release. The footage is a lot of fun and shows how the charm has carried through to the DOS release.

Dragon's Lair 20th Anniversary Edition logo and banner


The 20th Anniversary Edition is loaded with great bonus features never before released. Go through 20 years of Dragon's Lair in the Box Art section, or see the merchandise licensed during the original release. Read through the biographies of the creators and see how all of their unique backgrounds came together to create this monumental game. As well, from Rick Dyer's very own personal collection read through selected press clippings showing how Dragon's Lair revolutionized the arcade industry. There are also brand new interviews with the creators, and some original interviews from 1983. In addition watch a new documentary featuring behind-the-scenes footage of the all new Dragon's Lair 3D.

Dragon's Lair 20th Anniversary Edition is a ground-breaking DVD release which allows you to play fully interactive versions of Dragon's Lair, Space Ace and Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp using your remote control.

Instruction Manual

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Cover (front)
Dragon's Lair DVD instructions back
Cover (rear)

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