In late 1983, work began on the animation for Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp, but it was halted in March 1984. Through the years though, Don Bluth and his crew continued work on it until it was finally completed in the late '80s. In late 1991, Sullivan Bluth Productions was ready to put the game into the arcades. Manufactured by the Leland Corporation, and titled simply Dragon's Lair II, this release used a more reliable laserdisc player than the games of the '80s.

In Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp, the evil wizard Mordroc has kidnapped Daphne, and he transports her to different dimensions in time. Mordroc plans to marry Daphne with the "Death Ring" in the "Casket of Doom". Dirk uses a time machine that he finds in Mordroc's castle to travel through time and catch up with Mordroc and Daphne. Dirk must rescue Daphne before she is lost forever in the time warp.



Audio & Video files - Samples of the laserdisc content.
Cabinet Images - Pictures of the arcade game.
Flyer Images - Promotional material provided to game operators.
Artwork - Model Sheets, Storyboards, Sketches, Cels, and Promotional material.
Wall Posters - Pictures of laserdisc game wall posters.
The Creators - Pictures and info of the men who created Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp.
Dragon's Lair II Fatality Chart - An in-depth study of Dragon's Lair II fatalities.
Laserdisc Legend - A Dragon's Lair article written by Jim Bickmann.
Easter Eggs - Tricks that can be done on the DVD Video version.
Tech Center - Information on the technical aspects of the game.

1. Before Leland, which manufacturer was granted exclusive license to Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp in the fine print below the game's title logo on the original master film reel?

    Data East

2. Two different final battles with Mordroc were animated for Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp.

True   False


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