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A {| align="right" valign="top"|{{Infobox Game|Image = [[Image:Stormbringer_FrontCover.jpg|center|300px|Stormbringer front cover]]|Developer = [[David Jones]], [[Mike Chand]], [[Ray Owen]]|Publisher = [[Mastertronic|Mastertronic Added Dimension]]|Release = [[:Category:Games 1987|1987]]|Platform = [[Amstrad CPC|CPC]], [[Atari ST]], [[Commodore 64|C64]], [[MSX]], [[ZX Spectrum]]|Genre = Adventure|GameModes = Single player|Controls = {{Keyboard}} {{Joystick}}|Media = {{Tape}}|Language = {{EN}} }}|} '''''Stormbringer''''' (also sometimes written '''''Storm Bringer''''') is an adventure gamereleased by [[Mastertronic]] in 1987 under the Mastertronic Added Dimension label. It is the fourth and last of a series of games starring the character [[Magic Knight]]. After being transported from the 25th century on board the starship USS Pisces back to his own time in the village of Cornhamp-on-Marsh, Magic Knight has discovered that a serious malfunction has occurred with the time machine, and there are now two Magic Knights. The other Magic Knight calls himself Off-White Knight, and is using a storm cloud to kill Magic Knight - hence Off-White Knight's alias, Stormbringer, which is the name by which the villagers know him. However, Magic Knight cannot kill Off-White Knight, as he would also kill himself if he did this. Instead, Magic Knight must somehow merge with Off-White Knight. == Covers == <gallery caption="Stormbringer"> Image:Stormbringer_Cover.jpg|Front cover and instructionsImage:Stormbringer_BackCover.jpg|Back of cover </gallery> == Tape == <gallery caption="Stormbringer"> Image:Stormbringer_Cassette.jpg|Tape </gallery> == Download == * [[|CDT file]]* [[Media:Stormbringer_Instructions.txt|Instructions in plain text format]] == Links == * {{CPCPower|2076}}* [ The Amstrad CPC Games Resource]* {{EnWiki|Stormbringer_(video_game)}} [[Category:Games]] [[Category:Games 1987]]