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If Might & Magic X Legacy crashes, Might & Magic X Legacy will not start, Might & Magic X Legacy not installing, there are no controls in Might & Magic X Legacy, no sound in game, errors happen in Might & Magic X Legacy – we offer you the most common ways to solve these problems.

Be sure to update your graphics card drivers and other software

Before letting out all of your bad feelings toward development team, do not forget to go to the official website of your graphics card manufacturer and download the latest drivers. There are often specially prepared optimized drivers for specific game. You can also try to install a past versions of the driver if the problem is not solved by installing the current version. It is important to remember that only the final version of the video card driver must be loaded – try not to use the beta version, since they can have some terrible bugs.

Mac - For those with crashing/slow gameplay After playing around with settings in my game I have found personally that changing your resolution settings and what bit the game runs at helps greatly. Firstly go into your steamapps/common folder and find the might and magic X folder, right click on the game icon and select 'get info' make sure run. Might & Magic X: Legacy seems like a 15-year-old leftover, for better and for worse. Jan 24, 2014 12:01pm.

  • Mac OS is gaining popularity slowly (though having slightly more trouble with the recession) and the number 2 choice of ports of Might and Magic games. The Apple Macintosh computer has gone through many radical hardware revisions, and is the only computer legally licensed to run Mac OS.
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  • If Might & Magic X Legacy often crashes to the desktop, try to reduce quality of the graphics. It is possible that your PC just does not have enough performance and the game may not work correctly. Also, it is worth to check out for updates - most of today's games have the automatic patches installation system on startup if internet connection.

Do not also forget that for good game operation you may need to install the latest version DirectX, which can be found and downloaded from official Microsoft website.

Might & Magic X Legacy not starting

Many of the problems with games launching happen because of improper installation. Check, if there was any error during installation, try deleting the game and run the installer again, but before install don’t forget to disable antivirus – it may often mistakenly delete files during installation process. It is also important to remember that the path to the folder with a game should contain only Latin characters and numbers.

You also have to check whether there is enough space on the HDD for installation. You can also try to run the game as an administrator in compatibility mode with different versions of Windows.

Might & Magic X Legacy crashes. Low FPS. Friezes. Hangs

Your first solution to this problem install new drivers for a video card. This action can drastically rise game FPS. Also, check the CPU and memory utilization in the Task Manager (opened by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + ESCAPE). If before starting the game you can see that some process consumes too many resources - turn off the program or simply remove this process from Task Manager.

Next, go to the graphics settings in the game. First – turn off anti-aliasing and try to lower the setting, responsible for post-processing. Many of them consume a lot of resources and switching them off will greatly enhance the performance, and not greatly affect the quality of the picture.

Might & Magic X Legacy crashes to the desktop

If Might & Magic X Legacy often crashes to the desktop, try to reduce quality of the graphics. It is possible that your PC just does not have enough performance and the game may not work correctly. Also, it is worth to check out for updates - most of today's games have the automatic patches installation system on startup if internet connection is available. Check to see whether this option is turned off in the settings and switch it on if necessary.

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Black of black screen in the Might & Magic X Legacy

The most common issue with black screen is a problem with your GPU. Check to see if your video card meets the minimum requirements and install the latest drivers. Sometimes a black screen is the result of a lack of CPU performance.

If everything is fine with your hardware and it satisfies the minimum requirements, try to switch to another window (ALT + TAB), and then return to the game screen.

Might & Magic X Legacy is not installed. Installation hangs

First of all, check that you have enough space on the HDD for installation. Remember that to work properly installer requires the declared volume of space, plus 1-2 GB of additional free space on the system drive. In general, remember this rule – you must always have at least 2 gigabytes of free space on your system drive (usually it’s disk C) for temporary files. Otherwise, the games and the other software may not work correctly or even refuse to start.

Problems with the installation may also be due to the lack of an internet connection or it’s instability. Also, do not forget to stop the antivirus for the time game installation – sometimes it interferes with the correct file copy, or delete files by mistake, mistakenly believing they are viruses.

Saves not working in Might & Magic X Legacy

By analogy with the previous solution, check for free space on HDD - both on where the game is installed, and the system drive. Often your saves are stored in a folder of documents, which is separate from the game itself.

Controls not working in Might & Magic X Legacy

Sometimes the controls in game do not work because of the simultaneous connection of multiple input devices. Try disabling gamepad, or, if for some reason, you have two connected keyboards or mouses, leave only one pair of devices. If your gamepad does not work, remember - the games usually officially support only native Xbox controllers. If your controller is defined in system differently - try using software that emulates the Xbox gamepad (eg, x360ce - step by step manual can be found here).

No sound in Might & Magic X Legacy

Check if the sound works in other programs. Then check to see if the sound is turned off in the settings of the game, and whether there is correct audio playback device selected, which is connected your speakers or headset. After this check volumes in system mixer, it can also be turned off there.

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If you are using an external audio card - check for new drivers at the manufacturer's website.

Might and Magic
The logo commonly used by New World Computing and The 3DO Company
Developer(s)New World Computing (1984-2003)
Arkane Studios (for Dark Messiah)
Limbic Entertainment (for Might & Magic X)
Publisher(s)New World Computing (1984-1996)
The 3DO Company (1996-2003)
Ubisoft (2003-)
Creator(s)Jon Van Caneghem
Platform(s)Amiga, Apple II, C64, Macintosh, MS-DOS, MSX, NEC PC-9801, NES, PlayStation 2, Sega Genesis, SNES, TurboGrafx-16, Windows
First releaseMight and Magic Book One: The Secret of the Inner Sanctum
Latest releaseMight & Magic X: Legacy
23 January 2014
Spin-offsHeroes of Might and Magic
List of spinoffs
Release timeline
19861: The Secret of the Inner Sanctum
19882: Gates to Another World
19913: Isles of Terra
19924: Clouds of Xeen
19935: Darkside of Xeen
1994World of Xeen
19986: The Mandate of Heaven
19997: For Blood and Honor
20008: Day of the Destroyer
20029: Writ of Fate
201410: Legacy

Might and Magic is a series of role-playing video games from New World Computing, which in 1996 became a subsidiary of The 3DO Company. The original Might and Magic series ended with the closure of the 3DO Company. The rights to the Might and Magic name were purchased for US$1.3 million by Ubisoft,[1] who 'rebooted' the franchise with a new series with no apparent connection to the previous continuity, starting with the games Heroes of Might and Magic V and Dark Messiah of Might and Magic.


Main series[edit]

  • Might and Magic Book One: The Secret of the Inner Sanctum (1986; Apple II, Mac, MS-DOS, Commodore 64, NES, MSX, PC-Engine)
  • Might and Magic II: Gates to Another World (1988; Apple II, Amiga, MS-DOS, Commodore 64, Mac, Sega Genesis, SNES (Europe only), Super Famicom (Japan-only, different from the European SNES version), MSX, PC-Engine)
  • Might and Magic III: Isles of Terra (1991; MS-DOS, Mac, Amiga, SNES, Sega Genesis (beta), Sega CD, PC-Engine)
  • Might and Magic IV: Clouds of Xeen (1992; MS-DOS, Mac)
  • Might and Magic V: Darkside of Xeen (1993; MS-DOS, Mac)
    • Might and Magic: World of Xeen (1994; MS-DOS, Mac)
  • Might and Magic VI: The Mandate of Heaven (1998; Windows)
  • Might and Magic VII: For Blood and Honor (1999; Windows)
  • Might and Magic VIII: Day of the Destroyer (2000; Windows)
  • Might and Magic IX: Writ of Fate (2002; Windows; )
  • Might & Magic X: Legacy (2014; Windows, OS X)


There have been several spin-offs from the main series, including the long-running Heroes of Might and Magic series, Crusaders of Might and Magic, Warriors of Might and Magic, Legends of Might and Magic, Might and Magic: Heroes Kingdoms, and the fan-made Swords of Xeen.

In August 2003, Ubisoft acquired the rights to the Might and Magic franchise for US$1.3 million after 3DO filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.[1] Ubisoft has since released multiple new projects using the Might and Magic brand, including a fifth installment of the Heroes series developed by Nival, an action-style game Dark Messiah of Might and Magic developed by Arkane Studios, a puzzle RPG Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes developed by Capybara Games, and the mobile strategy RPG titled Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians.


The majority of the gameplay takes place in a medieval fantasy setting, while later sections of the games are often based on science fiction tropes, the transition often serving as a plot twist. The player controls a party of player characters, which can consist of members of various character classes. The game world is presented to the player in first person perspective. In the earlier games the interface is very similar to that of Bard's Tale, but from Might and Magic VI: The Mandate of Heaven onward, the interface features a three-dimensional environment. Combat is turn-based, though the later games allowed the player to choose to conduct combat in real time.

The game worlds in all of the Might and Magic games are quite large, and a player can expect each game to provide several dozen hours of gameplay. It is usually quite combat-intensive and often involves large groups of enemy creatures. Monsters and situations encountered throughout the series tend to be well-known fantasy staples such as giant rats, werewolf curses, dragon flights and zombie hordes, rather than original creations. Isles of Terra and the Xeen games featured a more distinct environment, blending fantasy and science fiction elements in a unique way.

The Might and Magic games have some replay value as the player can choose their party composition, develop different skills, choose sides, do quests in a different order, hunt for hidden secrets and easter eggs, and/or change difficulty level.


Although most of the gameplay reflects a distinctly fantasy genre, the overarching plot of the first nine games has something of a science fiction background. The series is set in a fictional galaxy as part of an alternative universe, where planets are overseen by a powerful race of space travelers known as Ancients. In each of the games, a party of characters fights monsters and completes quests on one of these planets, until they eventually become involved in the affairs of the Ancients. Might and Magic could as such be considered an example of science fantasy.

The producer of the series was Jon Van Caneghem.[2] Van Caneghem has stated in interview[3] that the Might and Magic setting is inspired by his love for both science fiction and fantasy. He cites The Twilight Zone and the Star Trek episode For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky as having inspired Might and Magic lore.

The first five games in the series concern the renegade guardian of the planet Terra, named Sheltem, who becomes irrevocably corrupted, developing a penchant for throwing planets into their suns. Sheltem establishes himself on a series of flat worlds known as nacelles (which are implied to be giant spaceships) and Corak, a second guardian and creation of the Ancients, with the assistance of the player characters, pursues him across the Void. Eventually both Corak and Sheltem are destroyed in a climactic battle on the nacelle of Xeen.

The sixth, seventh and eighth games take place on Enroth, a single planet partially ruled by the Ironfist dynasty, and chronicle the events and aftermath of an invasion by the Kreegan (colloquially referred to as Devils), the demonlike arch-enemies of the Ancients. It is also revealed that the destruction wrought by the Ancients' wars with the Kreegan is the reason why the worlds of Might & Magic exist as medieval fantasy settings despite once being seeded with futuristic technology – the worlds have been 'cut off' from the Ancients and descended into barbarism. The first through third games in the Heroes of Might and Magic series traces the fortunes of the Ironfists in more detail. None of the science fiction elements appear in the Heroes series besides the appearance of Kreegan characters in Heroes of Might and Magic III and IV.

The Ubisoft release Might & Magic X: Legacy departs from this continuity and is set in the world of Ashan.[4] Ashan is a high fantasy setting with no science fiction elements in its lore.[5]


Might and Magic is considered one of the defining examples of early role-playing video games, along with The Bard's Tale, Ultima and Wizardry series.[6] By March 1994, combined sales of the Might and Magic series totaled 1 million units.[7] The number rose to 2.5 million sales by November 1996.[8] and 4 million by March 1999.[9]


  1. ^ ab'Namco, Ubisoft and MS carve up 3DO assets'. 18 August 2003. Retrieved 12 April 2019.
  2. ^'CGW's Hall of Fame'. Computer Gaming World. Archived from the original on 14 June 2016. Retrieved 12 April 2019.
  3. ^'RPG Codex Retrospective Interview: Jon Van Caneghem on Might and Magic'. RPGCodex. 18 August 2012. Retrieved 12 April 2019.
  4. ^'RPG Codex Interview: Might and Magic X - Legacy'. RPGCodex. 5 April 2013. Retrieved 12 April 2019.
  5. ^'Discover World of Ashan'. Ubisoft. Retrieved 12 April 2019.
  6. ^Barton, Matt (23 February 2007). 'The History of Computer Role-Playing Games Part 2: The Golden Age (1985-1993)'. Gamasutra. Retrieved 12 April 2019.
  7. ^'READ.ME: NTN Networks With New World'(PDF). Computer Gaming World. No. 116. March 1994. p. 14. Retrieved 12 April 2019.
  8. ^'Power Play Magazine (November 1996)'. Archive.org. 1 November 1996. Retrieved 18 April 2019.
  9. ^'3DO Ships Might and Magic VIII: Day of the Destroyer'. Business Wire. Berkshire Hathaway. 2 March 1999. Archived from the original on 12 April 2000. Retrieved 17 June 2019 – via Yahoo.com.

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