|renaud - 01/03/2015|
souvenirs inoubliables de ce jeu ! ma madeleine de proust
|Maartau - 04/02/2015|
Excellent comment below ;) !
|Hillsy_ - 11/10/2013|
@Aimee - No it didn't. It used 620K to have more sound which required a 1mb Amiga. Also, the AtariST version was more difficult. Give credit to the ST on this one. The Amiga had plenty of other great games.
|Aimee - 11/08/2013|
It was well worth the wait for the Amiga version which improved quite a bit on an all ready great game !
|Jeff Fulton - 19/11/2012|
Best ST game of all time. Should have been the game packed in tither a "blitter" charged Panther Atari Console that would have had a real chance in 1988.
|eric G - 24/10/2012|
I had a 1040ste and played that game. I think I got to the 5th floor only. That game was a complete experience. It was totally self learning. It was truly scary. you were locked in an underground dungeon and each floor had more scary things happening to you. The games was your eyes and ears which put you entirely in the game. I remember turning around to make sure there was nothing behind me. You never knew what awful creature was lurking somewhere in the maze and you really felt them attacking and making you hurt and close to death. it was no joke. I actually believed that these things really existed in that world of dungeon master.
|Hillsy_ - 29/10/2011|
typo...the game which made Amiga owners jealous...
|Hillsy_ - 29/10/2011|
There are so many great things about this game. The magic system was genius, the idea of the torch, the puzzles, the combat, the inventory system. The thought which went into this title was so well done. The monsters looked terrific, the scorpions, the giant rats, the dragon, the snakes etc..etc.. Pure classic is Dungeon Master and the best AtariST game. It was the made which made Amiga owners jealous, for a year at least :) Oids is great too!
|Htom_Sirveaux - 02/07/2011|
Not only did no one own an ST and not play this, people bought the ST *just* to play this.
|Drake - 22/07/2010|
Hands down the best game written for the ST. Truly groundbreaking for its time - the "Doom" of that era. It would be a whopping 6 years - an eternity in the computer marketplace - before Wolfenstein 3D was released and really advanced the first-person genre to the next level.
|atarstfan5000 - 07/03/2010|
I played this when I was 5 years old awesome game dudes I only wished my floppies didn't get ruined and I would love to play it again on a emulator if I can
|Kris - 23/05/2009|
Worth the price of the ST alone, of course. I just couldn't believe the sheer scope of this game - it felt like my party really was getting deep into the ground and far away from home! Loved mapping the huge level with the fireballs and the little gremlins.
|JeCO - 18/03/2009|
Hello Guys! This is No.1 Game!
|Scooby McGee - 14/03/2009|
Did anyone own an ST and not play this? This game is solely responsible for my piss poor grades as a high school sophomore.
|Other versions with the same title: |
See P. Putnik's site for adapted versions for hardware like HxC Floppy Emulator, Atari harddisk, TT, Falcon030 and more: The Atari ST Game Archive