The Temple of Elemental Evil Crack/Patch

The Temple of Elemental Evil Many years ago in the land of Flanaess, an evil demoness founded a cult dedicated to elemental evil, the four elements as symbols of true evil, and based it in a temple outside the village of Nulb. Eventually, after years of tyranny and chaos, the good armies of the nearby lands, headed by the infamous Circle of Eight descended into the temple and razed it, imprisoning the villains inside. For years thereafter relative peace ensued, as daring adventurers slew the remaining monsters that ravaged the land above and the temple itself faded into but a distant memory...until now. [Atari]

Download The Temple of Elemental Evil Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 73 / 100
User rating
7.8
Downloads 1430
Genre Role-Playing, PC-style RPG, Western-Style
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Atari , Atari SA / Troika Games

The Temple of Elemental Evil reviews ( 6 )

Zoso, Jun 15, 2012

Definitely a premium RPG, and probably the most faithful translation of Dungeons&Dragons 3E rules to the computer ever. I wonder how anyone can compare Neverwinter Nights (a wireframe RPG :-) to this jewel that is superior in every respect, from the graphics through rules/gamplay right up to the deep and immersive story.

TimK., Nov 7, 2003

Turn-based combat will make or break this for you. I like turn based and what you get is an involving tactical combat game with enough plot to build characters in as well. (And so many character options, increases reply value. If not for some small bugs I'd be giving it a 10. Most enjoyable CRPG since Fallout2 for me).

elth, Nov 25, 2013

One of the best Dungeons and Dragons PC games of all time. True to the rules edition at the time (3.5e) and very true to the classic T1-4 Module The Temple of Elemental Evil. It is a true Turn-Based Tactical game set in the original game world of Oerth in the Greyhawk setting. The dialogue is probably less than that of Planescape or Baldurs Gate, but for true tactical gamers and D&D fans this can be put aside for the turn based combat. It's a damn shame that Troika Games went bust because this engine would have been truly amazing if it had a tool kit like Neverwinter Nights or Torchlight 2.

CristianoM., Jan 12, 2006

The game is released with unacceptable bugs that seriously compromise gameplay. Luckily, there are now patches out by Atari which don't cover everything anyway. As usual the unofficial patches (Circle of Eight) do a great job raising dramatically the enjoyment of a solid RPG which is unfortunately lacking a good story. My vote refers to a game patched with the official and unofficial patches! Unfortunately no patch will improve a weak storyline. Great combat system!

judaspiss, Jul 6, 2015

What could have been one of the absolute best D&D games falls flat on its face. This game is the very definition of a flawed gem. Combat is absolutely great, perhaps some of the best turn-based combat I've seen. However, everything outside of combat is **** From movement, to impressively retarded AI pathing, inventory UI is fairly unintuitive and doesn't give a lot of info (although the Help hotkey helps with spell descriptions, it's **** for everything else, or simply doesn't work, or redirects you to the wrong page. Soundtrack is extremely repetitive. Opening the map pauses everything else, which is **** annoying when you're moving from one point to the other; also, you can't move the camera through the map (only way to do it is to pan it around, which is also extremely annoying especially in towns).

Christo, Nov 13, 2003

Game is good with good character generators, just sad about the level cap of 10. I would I have enjoyed it much more if one can up you character to at least 20. What is the use of having all the feats if you are not allowed to take some of them.