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Information Page: Dragon's Lair II™ - Time Warp
Game TitlePublisherProducerCD-i ConversionDateGenreRequirementsCD-i Emulator Compatibility
Dragon's Lair II™ - Time WarpPhilips Interactive Media InternationalDon Bluth LtdSuperclub - INTL CDI Co-production1994Full Motion Video AdventureDigital Video CartridgeNeeds DVC (not supported yet)

Game Cover
Catalogue Numbers:
310690139-2 (USA)
8100125 (European)
Box Art:
European Front Cover
European Back Cover
European Picture CD
Movie Clip:
Promotional Video

From the Disc

Most CD-i Games have "Abstract", "Bibliographic" and "Copyright" details on the softwares disc itself, any interesting information in these files can be found below.

Abstract: Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp is an interactive game originally created by Don Bluth.

    Evil Mordroc strikes again as he spirits away Princess Daphne to a wrinkle in time. The fair Princess is doomed to be married to the dark wizard, unless Dirk the Daring can save her. Join the valiant knight, as he begins his rescue mission, traveling through time on his bumbling old time machine. Follow the wizard to the dreaded dimension where you must confront and defeat him. Lead on adventurer, don't falter, for once the casket of doom has opened, Mordroc will place the ring of death upon Daphne's finger and she will be lost forever in the Time Warp.

    Time Warp is a registered trademark owned by Don Bluth. Character designs copyright 1983 Don Bluth.

Bibliographic: DRAGON'S LAIR II CD-i version

    Produced by: Superclub & Int'l CDI.
    Executive producers: P.M.J.A. Fitters, M. De Coster, W. Wallyn, A. Wennegers, A. Fitzpatrick.
    Legal Advice: M. Noonan.

    Integrated by: International Creative Digital Image. Charleroi.

    Technical Director: Bruno Rahir.
    Project Leader: Thierry Walrant.
    Software Design Engineer: Thierry Walrant, Joel Dolisy, Benoit Gehenot.
    Additional Graphics Design: Nathalie Aughuet.
    Interactive Design: Alex Wennegers, Alain Hainaut, Joel Dolisy, Thierry Walrant.
    Production follow up: Alex Wennegers.
    Digital Video Engineer: Yves Boreux.

    Telecinema, Video and Audio processing: Studio L'Equipe. Brussels.

Copyright: Copyright 1994, Superclub, all rights reserved.

CD-i Emulator Compatibility: This section covers crucial details concerning performance of this specific game under emulation through CD-i Emulator. It will state the CD-i Player Rom used during the test, what version of CD-i Emulator was used, which program the Disc Image was created from, specifications of the test PC and also provide screenshots of the emulator in action. Also included is an account of the test and most importantly if the game is playable through CD-i Emulator. Rather than an exhaustive list of tests with various ROMS and different PC rigs it's hoped that this section gives some insight into the progress of CD-i Emulator. For the most recent updates to CD-i Emulator and compatibility it's suggested you visit the CD-i Emulator Homepage.

    CD-i Player ROM: CD-i 350
    CD-i Emulator Version: 0.5.2
    CD-i Disc Image created using: Golden Hawk Technology CDRWIN 4.0A

    Operating System: Windows XP Professional
    Processor (CPU): 3.2GHZ Intel Pentium 4 HT
    Memory: 2GIG
    Graphics Card: 256MB ATI 9800XT
    Graphics Depth: 32BIT
    Sound Card: Sound Blaster Platinum Audigy 2 ZS

Details of Tests: The Philips Media bumper plays and actually progresses all by itself this time! Then a screen is displayed informing you that this CD-i Player lacks Digital Video Capability. Looks like someone forgot DVC emulation!

Philips Media Screen No DVC Screen

Retail Packaging

European Release: This game was distributed in a regular CD jewel case with a golden CD-i impression on the top left front of the spine.

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