Atari 400, 800, XL, XE
Dark Chambers

Vorstellung 04.06.1988
(Summer CES, USA Chicago
Veröffentlichung 04/1989
Vertrieb Atari
Atari Corporation
1196 Borregas Ave
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
Entwicklung Sculptured Software
Sculptured Software, Inc.
3269 S Main St
Suite 270
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Programmierung Chuck Peavey
Produktcode RX8101
Genre Adventure
Medium Steckmodul
Steuerung Joystick
Spieler 1–2
Wertung ★★★★

Master the Subterranean Kingdom!

You are the only one brave enough to enter the castle's dark chambers. Once inside the foreboding castle, a dark staircase leads you down th the murky depths of the labyrinths below.

Go alone, or find safety in numbers with your faithful companion. Throw daggers at a threatening band of humanoids, living skeletons, ghosts, evil wizards, and grim reapers. Stand back-to-back with your partner to fight them off. Then descend further beneath the earth's surface.

Collect magic potions and treasure chests as you encounter them in the tangle of rooms and corridors. Use keys found on the path to open doors. Take food and drink along the way to keep up your strength.

Danger lurks everywhere in the underground maze. You must conquer the evil guardians to make yourself master of this subterranean domain!

Das Spiel hieß ursprünglich Dandy und erschien 1983 im Atari Program Exchange-Vertrieb. Später wurde es in Dandy Dungeon umbenannt. Das Spiel gilt als Inspiration für das Arcadespiel Gauntlet. Dark Chambers ist eine abgeschwächte Version von Dandy.

Weitere Versionen
Dark Chambers (Atari 2600)
Dark Chambers (Atari 7800)


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