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I remember in my local bowling alley in the early early 90s there was this arcade game that I can't for the life of me remember what the name it was. I remember that it was a medieval setting with magic and swords and shit. The first level started off as an isometric view in some large enclosed stone structure, like a castle or a tower. You went up and the first boss was some big dragon on the roof or on a bridge or something.
For the last 20 years I thought it was a dungeons and dragons game, but the only two d&d arcade games I can find are standard side scrolling beat 'em ups. Neither are isometric.
Does anyone have any idea what the game might have been?