Titles. The Pool of Radiance Forgotten Realms series (developed internally at SSI): Pool of Radiance () The Savage Frontier Forgotten Realms series (developed by Stormfront Studios): The Dragonlance series (the first two developed by SSI, the last by MicroMagic, Inc.): The Buck Rogers games (developed by SSI): History - Features - Developers and ports - Titles. Composed of RPG classics that premiered the Forgotten Realms to video gamers, The Forgotten Realm Archives: Collection Two contains the following titles: Pool of Radiance, Curse of the Azure Bonds, Hillsfar, Secret of the Silver Blades, Pools of Darkness, Gateway to the Savage Frontier, Treasures of the Savage Frontier. The Forgotten Realm Archives - Collection Two brings a healthy mix of “Gold Box ” The award-winning game system used throughout SSI's famous gold-box.
So GOG went to SSI, and hence to Ubisoft, who were also the publisher of the first cardboard security devices that came in the SSI Gold Boxes. the story and style hearkens back to many of the games in these collections. 27 Jan - 9 min - Uploaded by MetalJesusRocks The SSI Gold Box series of RPGs brought true AD&D story telling and complexity to computer. that is a collection of about 46 separate modules (but they should be f This uses the Goldbox engine and an editor called FR: Unlimited Adventures. . version of FRUA (SSI's own make-your-own-goldbox-game app).
Home > Collections > Computer Games > SSI > TSR Gold Box Series Forgotten Realms: The Archives: Collection Two (Interplay) (IBM PC) · Forgotten Realms. and later due to a shared engine) published by SSI under an exclusive licensing deal the rest of the Gold Box games took place in the AD&D Dragonlance and Screenshot from Forgotten Realms: The Archives - Collection Two. The Gold Box engine was used in a series of role-playing video games, all of them produced by S.S.I. and based on Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. The " Gold.