History Trivia / DragonsLair

26th Nov '17 9:04:19 AM nombretomado
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* PortOverdosed: Almost every console and computer in the 1980s got some version of ''Dragon's Lair'', and the Laserdisc version has been ported many times, too, to Windows, early CD consoles, DVD players, and even the GameBoyColor (!). It is one of the most ubiquitous video games in history.

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* PortOverdosed: Almost every console and computer in the 1980s got some version of ''Dragon's Lair'', and the Laserdisc version has been ported many times, too, to Windows, early CD consoles, DVD players, and even the GameBoyColor UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor (!). It is one of the most ubiquitous video games in history.
5th Nov '17 1:10:14 AM Scabbard
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* DoingItForTheArt: It ''is'' a Don Bluth production, after all. He's made it abundantly clear that he wants to, one again, remind people of the potential of classical hand-drawn animation, not to mention crowd-funded the project so as to avoid the ExecutiveMeddling that ruined his career in the 90s.

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* DoingItForTheArt: It ''is'' a Don Bluth production, after all. He's made it abundantly clear that he wants to, one once again, remind people of the potential of classical hand-drawn animation, not to mention crowd-funded the project so as to avoid the ExecutiveMeddling that ruined his career in the 90s.
21st Sep '17 1:00:13 AM Rejcga16
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** Originaly the final stage during a with the fight with Mordoc [[https://vimeo.com/150957289 was much shorter]]. The fight did not have Daphne turn into a giant monster, but insted have dirk just put the ring in Mordoc instead.

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** Originaly The developers originally planned to include a longer battle sequence at the end if the player managed to collect all the treasures, and a shorter one if they missed any, but this idea was scrapped in the final stage during a with version and the fight with Mordoc longer sequence is used regardless. In the final release of the game it was made mandatory to pick up all the treasures; if the player misses any, at the end of the game it loops back to the first treasure missed. [[https://vimeo.com/150957289 was much shorter]]. The animation for the shorter fight did not have Daphne turn into a giant monster, but insted have dirk just put the ring in Mordoc instead.can be found here.]]
21st Sep '17 12:47:50 AM Rejcga16
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** Originaly the final stage during a with the fight with Mordoc [https://vimeo.com/150957289 was much shorter]. The fight did not have Daphne turn into a giant monster, but insted have dirk just put the ring in Mordoc instead.

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** Originaly the final stage during a with the fight with Mordoc [https://vimeo.[[https://vimeo.com/150957289 was much shorter].shorter]]. The fight did not have Daphne turn into a giant monster, but insted have dirk just put the ring in Mordoc instead.
21st Sep '17 12:47:10 AM Rejcga16
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** Originaly the final stage during a with the fight with Mordoc was much shorter. The fight did not have Daphne turn into a giant monster, but insted have dirk just put the ring in Mordoc instead.

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** Originaly the final stage during a with the fight with Mordoc [https://vimeo.com/150957289 was much shorter.shorter]. The fight did not have Daphne turn into a giant monster, but insted have dirk just put the ring in Mordoc instead.
21st Sep '17 12:27:03 AM Rejcga16
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** Originaly the final stage during a with the fight with Mordoc was much shorter. The fight did not have Daphne turn into a giant monster, but insted have dirk just put the ring in Mordoc instead.
11th Sep '17 10:03:53 PM NWolfman
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* MoneyDearBoy: Don Bluth only agreed to make the game because he needed extra money to pay off the animators for ''Film/TheSecretOfNimh''.

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* MoneyDearBoy: Don Bluth only agreed to make the game because he needed extra money to pay off the animators for ''Film/TheSecretOfNimh''.''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNimh''.


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!!The as-of-now upcoming movie
* CareerResurrection: An attempt at one. Should the film be completed, it'll be Don Bluth's first in [[Film/TitanAE over twenty years]], but only time will tell how successful it will be.
* DoingItForTheArt: It ''is'' a Don Bluth production, after all. He's made it abundantly clear that he wants to, one again, remind people of the potential of classical hand-drawn animation, not to mention crowd-funded the project so as to avoid the ExecutiveMeddling that ruined his career in the 90s.
16th Jan '17 7:50:10 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* TheWikiRule: See ''that'' above.
16th Jan '17 7:49:29 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* TheWikiRule:
** Just visit [[http://www.dragons-lair-project.com Dragon's Lair Project]]. They've got information on this. They also take this trope UpToEleven with documentation, a link to a game called [[http://www.studiohunty.com/dungeon Dungeon Escape]], etc.
** Even the competing [[http://dragonslair.wikia.com Dragon's Lair Wiki]].
29th Oct '16 11:38:41 AM CorahsUncle
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* NoExportForYou: In Latin America, partly due to the cost of both the machine and the pricing for game, as the game required 50 cents (two quarters) to play in the U.S., while the sequel (the only game who was brought in that region) required at least in some Latin American arcade centers a whooping amount of ''four tokens''[[note]]Depending of the exchange rate, it could be as about ''two dollars'' for game.[[/note]] to play, and the fact the game was in English without any kind of subtitles, either in English or Spanish

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* NoExportForYou: In Latin America, partly due to the cost of both the machine and the pricing for game, games, as the game required 50 cents (two quarters) to play in the U.S., United States, while the sequel (the only game who was brought in that region) required at least in some Latin American arcade centers a whooping amount of ''four tokens''[[note]]Depending of on the exchange rate, it could be as about ''two dollars'' for per game.[[/note]] to play, and the fact the game was in English without any kind of subtitles, in either in English or SpanishSpanish.



* WordOfGod: The designers went through PlayBoy magazines for the inspiration of Daphne.

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* WordOfGod: The designers went through PlayBoy ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' magazines for the inspiration of Daphne.



* CrossDressingVoices: Daphne's Mother is voiced by Hal Smith, the same voice actor as the villain of the picture!

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* CrossDressingVoices: Daphne's Mother mother is voiced by Hal Smith, the same voice actor as the villain of the picture!



* TalkingToHimself: Mordroc, Daphne's mother, The Time Machine, the Cheshire Cat and the Card Soliders are voiced by Hal Smith.

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* TalkingToHimself: Mordroc, Daphne's mother, The the Time Machine, the Cheshire Cat and the Card Soliders are voiced by Hal Smith.
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