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Dungeons & Dragons Computer Labyrinth Game
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Players: 1 - 2
Ages: 8 and up
Weight: 1,065 grams
Average Rating: 4 in 2 reviews
I bought and played this game when it was new and now my children play it. It is missing a few walls, but still functions like new. The more I played the game, the more interesting and challenging it became. I could probably beat any person in the world at this game since it obviously did not sell and the total lack of interest in this particular game is salient. JCF
for a game released in 1981, this is a pretty good game however its major short coming is the fact that unless you are a diehard collector of D&D products, like myself, its not worth the time to ty and find, its game play is horrid even for its age, it reminds me of the old Altair we had in school, a pain in the butt to use and program.
You play by moving your piece as well as the Dragon through a maze that only the Computer can see, using little plastic wall pegs to keep track of the walls, while trying to find a treasure, anr your only method of knowing what is happening is by listening to the game beep,
entirely too annoying to play again, I played it three or four times but that is just because I felt I had to , I only give the game a 3 star rating out of Nostalgia
(please dont ind the spelling errors, its my keyboard)