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Muffy St. Bernard - 14/07/2007
Neat at the time, but suffers from endless repetition, lack of maze logic, and too many levels (nine, if I remember correctly). You have to clear every level to "win," but I can't imagine anyone bothering. By the way, pulling back on the joystick makes you "jump" ahead two spaces. Pressing the joystick button shows you the overhead map.

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GenreArcade - Pac-ManYear1982
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherEpyx
ControlsJoystick, KeyboardDeveloper
Players1CountryUSA
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Schilling, Robert

LicenseCommercial
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Cover Artist(s)Serial564R
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 Electronic Fun · April, 1983Rating: 2.5/4 


There is a type of game that never reached the arcades or the home video game markets. It's not the adventure game. It's, of course, the 3-dimensional maze game. Monster Maze is a new entry to that class of classic games. Unfortunately any 3-D maze game is instantly compared with other 3-D maze games, among them Wizardy, Asylum and Deathmaze 5000, to name just an outstanding few. And, even more... [more]


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