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Arena(Redirecionado de Arena:Jogos Salvos)

Arena, the full game

Since the 10th Anniversary of The Elder Scrolls series, Arena has been free to download.

Filename Date Size Description
ArenaSetup.exe 17 August 2013 30.5 MB ArenaSetup was done for installing a ready to play Arena CD Version 1.07 easily on modern Windows Systems. The game works with an already configured DosBox. In option, you can install translation(s).

Here is the direct download link if the site page is having issues.

Arena106Setup.zip 06 May 2004 8.8 MB Official Arena Release courtesy of Bethesda Softworks available directly from Bethesda's Elderscrolls.com website. Note that this is the floppy-disk 1.06 version, and the CD version's cutscene audio is not included. The terms of use for this software may be found here.

Official Patches and Utilities

Get the latest Arena patches and official game utilities released by Bethesda.

Filename Date Size Description
arupd6.zip 16 October 1998 255 KB The latest official Arena patch 1.06. To apply, download and unzip into your game directory.
ArenaManual.zip 18 January 2010 1 MB Manual & Addendum in PDF from the CD version.
arenadmo.zip 20 May 2003 1.8 MB Demo of the floppy-disk version of Arena.
ARENASLD.ZIP 29 December 2010 507 KB A rare slideshow of Arena screenshots which show beta elements, released almost a year before the demo.


Arena in other languages.

Filename Date Size Description
ProjetFrenchArena 18 January 2010 1.25 Mo The Projet French Arena is an unofficial translation of Arena in French.

Save Game Editors

Edit just about anything you want to in your save games.

Filename Date Size Description
arena102.zip 5 June 1994 34 KB Money and stats cheat programs, complete with how-to.
arenaedt.zip 24 March 1995 50 KB Text-based save game editor allowing changes to attributes, gold, or experience.
arenaed.zip 10 June 1994 131 KB Full save game editor with Borland-style text UI.
ArenaMoneyCheat 4 June 2015 6 KB Text-based save game editor that gives the player 64,000 Gold. (it's an edit on Gladu's money cheat, that makes it more convenient)

Jogos salvos

The following are user-submitted save-games from Arena. Please feel free to add your own saves, provided they're useful or notable in some way. See sections below table for instructions.

Filename Date Size Description
EDIIH.ZIP 09 November 1995 46 KB Ediih, 13th level Knight. All stats at 100, with the exception of Intelligence. A few artifacts and staff pieces.
SPLLSWRD.ZIP 13 May 1996 56 KB Level 22 Spellsword with some nice equipment.
LilithChan.zip 24 February 2008 149 KB A modded lvl 229 Dark Elf Sorceress with maxed out stats, all spells, and over 30,000 health for those who keep dying in the game.
Ka'dar Namarri.zip 28 March 2015 204 KB Ka'dar Namarri, an unmodded Level 5 male Khajiit Thief with some basic equipment to start a budding adventurer on their way to greatness.
Cynrik.zip 22 June 2015 44 KB Cynrik, a Level 20 male Breton Bard. Powerful custom spells on hand, a couple of artifacts, near max stats. Standing before the final dungeon with 8 staff pieces.

Exporting Arena Save-Games (DOS)

Arena comes with the ability to store ten different saved games. These ten saves are represented by files *.00, *.01, ..., *.09 in the Arena directory. All files with a .00 extension (a.k.a. *.00) are associated with the top slot in the list of saved games when you load a game in Arena; all files with a .01 extension are associated with the second slot, and so forth.

The names of the saved games' slots are contained in the file NAMES.DAT. The names are 48 characters long and are padded on the right by the X'00' character and thus cannot be edited with a normal text editor. However, there is absolutely no link between the names in NAMES.DAT and your save files. The link is between the slot itself (irrespective of the name) and the saved game files' extension. So, for the purpose of exporting or importing a saved game, NAMES.DAT isn't important.

To export a saved game from Arena, first create a place to put the files. If you are at a DOS command prompt, the command md ArenaSavedGame will create a folder in which to put the saved game; then, command copy *.00 C:\ArenaSavedGame will put a copy of the saved game associated with the top slot into the ArenaSavedGame folder. Those files can be bundled any way you like (e.g., in a zip file) as a saved game you can pass along, import, etc.

Importing Arena Save-Games (DOS)

The simplest method by which to import a save-game into Arena is to overwrite a previously created save. This may be accomplished as follows:

  • Backup the desired save by copying the appropriate files via Dos. For example, enter copy c:\temp\*.01
  • Rename the save to be transferred to the same title as the backed-up file. For example, rename *.04 files to *.01
  • Copy the save-game into the Arena directory and load it within the game.

Save-game files may also be imported into an empty slot which, while less likely to incur an error, is also more difficult. This is due to the fact that the save's name must be entered in the NAMES.DAT file, which can only be modified using a binary editor. Those familiar with binary editors can modify NAMES.DAT with little effort by merely filling the appropriate EMPTY slot with some meaningful text. For those without a binary editor, or unfamiliar with such, the following program will allow the NAMES.DAT file to be easily modified: NameMod.zip (14 kb). The zip-file contains an executable, help file, and the source code in C.

Exporting Arena Save-Games (Windows)

Exporting Arena save-games is a little trickier in Windows. First, locate where Arena stores its files. With Bethesda's official release, the default location is C:\Program_Files\Bethesda_Softworks\Arena; with the handier ArenaSetup programme, the default location is C:\Games\Bethesda_Softworks\Arena (note that "C:\" may need to changed to whichever letter your computer's primary drive is; this will be the drive with a larger storage capacity, on machines with what appears to be more than one drive). For easy access, create a new folder in this location, preferably called "Save-games" (though it can be whatever you wish), and copy the *.0x files to this location. These files can now be passed along to anybody that would like to enjoy them.

Importing Arena Save-Games (Windows)

After downloading/receiving the desired save-games, they must be copied to the location where Arena stores its file (see Exporting Arena Save-Games (Windows) above). The best way to do this is to copy the saves to an empty slot; see the second paragraph of "Importing Arena Save-Games (DOS)" above for instructions on how to do this.

Misc Utilities

More editors and utilities for viewing Arena resources...

Filename Date Size Description
TES:Arena_Remapped.zip 10 May 2015 327K Custom DOSBOX mapper.txt file that completely revamps and modernizes TES:Arena control scheme while maintaining ability to properly input text (by hold the L ALT key).
ArenaSuite01e.zip 13 August 2014 580 KB A collection of tools for Arena, allowing unpacking and repacking of BSA files, including image conversion and INF file decryption. Also includes a font editor and some basic information on INF files.
WinArena0.20.zip 31 December 2006 350 KB A useful tool for extracting Arena's game resources. Also allows exploration in the starting dungeon and the ability to wander the streets of a randomly selected city when you exit the dungeon. Includes source code.
ArenaFile-src_0.3.2.zip 10 April 2008 35 KB A useful tool for extracting Arena's game resources, based on WinArena.
bsa_f-ex_1.3.2.zip 17 March 2008 169 KB Another tool for extracting and reinserting Arena's resources.
project4_1.2.zip 18 August 2006 171 KB A tool for converting Arena's IMG Format to BMP.
MOSLO.ZIP 16 October 1998 3 KB Freeware utility to slow the processing speed of Pentium-based computers from 1 to 99%, allowing Arena to operate properly.
TURBO.ZIP 16 October 1998 50 KB Free utility for slowing down your computer under Windows 95 or NT. Also includes assembly processes for recent versions of Windows.