Lets play name that game; Who has a better memory than me?
kenziem at sympatico.ca
Sun Apr 30 12:25:58 CDT 2006
On Sunday 30 April 2006 6:47 am, a.carlini at ntlworld.com wrote:
> JP Hindin wrote:
> > The game was a top-down dungeon style game (As in the location,
> > rather than D&D or Zork association). The game used ASCII characters
> > to build out the 'map' that you walked through using the arrow guys
> > to guide your character, if memory serves an *, running into monsters
> > and treasure and the like. I -think- the dungeon view only took up a
> > portion of the screen, perhaps the right-half only, and your view was
> > fairly limited to a "if you were in the dungeon this would be the
> > extent of your eye line" sort of thing. Pretty nifty.
Wizardry comes to mind, I recall the player roster was on the bottom with a
view on the top right.
I played Bards Tale at around the same time, but it used graphics.
> The only ones that speing to mind are: Rogue, Hack, Larn and Moria.
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