Gauntlet Legends

Oh, no! Garm’s about to summon Skorne! Can you defeat the bosses, get the keys, and banish his demon butt back to the underworld? In this classic Atari entry from 1998, join up to 3 of your friends for some hack & slash action with a D&D flair!


Game Details

Developer(s) Atari Games
Publisher(s) Atari Games
Series Gauntlet
Genre(s) Hack and slash, dungeon crawl
Mode(s) Up to 4 players simultaneously
Cabinet Standard
Arcade system Midway Vegas
Display Raster, standard resolution (Used: 336 × 240)


Gauntlet Legends is an arcade game released in 1998 by Atari Games. It is a fantasy themed hack and slash styled dungeon crawl game, a sequel to 1985’s popular Gauntlet and 1986’s Gauntlet II and marks the final game in the series to be produced by Atari Games. Its unusual features for an arcade game included passwords and characters that could be saved, enabling players to play over the course of a long period.

As the story goes: In ages past, a corrupt mage named Garm used a set of Runestones to summon a demon named Skorne. However, Skorne crushed Garm and imprisoned his soul in the Underworld. Skorne, fearing the power of the Runestones, scattered them throughout the four realms, so that they could never be used against him. The player(s) must defeat the end bosses of each of the four kingdoms to obtain the four keys which allow access to the desecrated temple and be able to banish Skorne to the Underworld.


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