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Added by walker (5)
Cover by mvealf (41)

Added on: 09/11/2005
Latest update: 25/12/2018
User updates processed: 9

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Dragon's Lair (1983) [SC 426020-1]

Country  Germany  
Released  1991
Publisher  ???
Price  149 DEM

UPC  ???
Category  Game

Color  Color
Length  21 min.
Side  1
Chapter  None
Size  12"
Picture  Video
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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 Sound Encoding  Analog Left  Analog Right 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

 Mint Marks sample 
VP 7140 AL

 Additional Information by walker (5)   23/11/2007 

Game LD for use with the Commodore Computers like Amiga, C64, etc. or a standard IBM PC using an IR-adapter and a special control software.

Published by "LDG/Software Corner", Germany.

 Additional Information by moon-child-1982 (270)   26/04/2014 - Last update: 29/04/2014 

Another German version exists: Laserdisc is maybe a Philips Dupont Optical pressing but with A.U.E. LaserSoft (Germany) disc label and self-made cover sleeve. The white cover sleeve have a taped printing and some LD logo stickers.

    Those were canceled:
  • Space Ace (Prototype with white label exist) [CDV 7384 AL]
  • Shadow of the Stars
  • Firefox
  • Voyage to the new World

For more informations see this website.

 Additional Information by lons_vex (18)   05/05/2016 

The control software also exists for Atari ST. When you ordered the LD from "LDG/Software Corner" you had to specify the computer system you were going to use it with, the control software was then supplied on a floppy diskette together with the LD for just one computer system.

 Additional Information by blam1 (164)   31/01/2017 

The early pressings of the "Software Corner" discs are the exact same discs as the UK Arcade disc - just with "Software Corner" labels affixed over the generic Philips labels, and then housed in a custom jacket. Standard Philips UK junk pressings are to be expected. The German Sonopress discs should play much better.