|| Dungeon Master II:
Legend of Skullkeep
(Jewel Case) (DUNGMAS2PJ)
RSAC Advisory: Violence, Revealing Attire, Explicit Sexual References
4 stars from Electronic Entertainment
Epic Role-playing in the most Realistic and
Intelligent Dungeon World Ever!
Ages ago in the damp passages of the Old World Evil was defeated and Chaos
was cast into the shadow of Time... In the darkness it waits.
The Master of all Dungeon Games returns.
The one that started it all returns to once again redefine the standards of
the interactive Dungeon experience. From the trap-filled dungeons of Skullkeep
to the storm ravaged villages above, you'll enter a gaming experience that will
challenge you like nothing before.
Commanding your party of warriors, you'll enter the most intelligent and
realistic role-playing world ever created. Featuring an all-new version of the
interface that defined point-and-click and a gaming world that is actually
alive, Dungeon Master II is the ultimate quest of magic, dungeons and monsters.
world that is actually alive with creatures and characters that think for
themselves and react to your actions.
special visual effects... lightning, rain, torch-lit dungeon walls, detailed
creature animations and sunning displays of magic.
ground and below ground exploration... travel through villages, forests and
temples before descending into the dark passageways of the Skullkeep Dungeons.
combat is combined with finely-tuned traps and puzzles which will test your
logic and reflexes to the limit.
3-D sound effects that actually simulate distance and direction.
Requirements: IBM PC or 100% compatibles running DOS 5.0 or higher, 386DX/25
minimum required, 486DX/25 or higher recommended, 4 MB RAM, Hard disk required
with 23 MB free hard disk space, CD-ROM drive, Keyboard and Mouse, 256-color
VGA/MCGA. Supported: Sound Blaster (Pro, 16, AWE32), Pro Audio Spectrum and
Electronic Entertainment, October 1995
"Dungeon Master II is a dense, secretive fabric of interlinked puzzles ruled
efficiently by a mouse-based interface. It sends you out of doors, and
sometimes it's raining there. It has nine levels (some with sub-levels) that
vary enormously in size and shape."
"Fans of the original will appreciate sensible, almost transparent tweaks to
the Dungeon Master interface that make it easier to control your characters.
For example, combat is eased with more sensible icon locations."
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