History VideoGame / TheDungeonOfDoom

6th Dec '14 2:57:20 AM SeptimusHeap
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Random Teleportation is now Teleportation Misfire. Bad examples are being removed.

* RandomTeleportation -- Teleport scrolls and teleport wands
8th Nov '14 12:30:45 PM Thexder
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A graphical {{Roguelike}} for UsefulNotes/MacOS, created by John Raymonds and distributed as unencumbered {{Shareware}} from 1985-1987. Fondly remembered for its colorful bestiary, which drew on ''DungeonsAndDragons'', CelticMythology, and a quirky sense of humor ("The [[spoiler:Floor]] hits!").
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A graphical {{Roguelike}} for UsefulNotes/MacOS, the {{Mac}}, created by John Raymonds and distributed as unencumbered {{Shareware}} from 1985-1987. Fondly remembered for its colorful bestiary, which drew on ''DungeonsAndDragons'', CelticMythology, bestiary and a its quirky sense of humor ("The [[spoiler:Floor]] hits!").

In 1987, an [[UpdatedRerelease overhauled version]] was published by Woodrose Editions as ''The Dungeon Revealed''--so named for a mail-in offer of the game's source code. While not introducing any color graphics, the revision did bring compatibility with the new color Macs (and remarkably, remained playable through the next 20 years of {{Mac}} hardware and software upheaval). Other additions included digitized sounds, secret rooms, and a [[BossBattle boss fight]] every five levels. However, few copies were sold, and today the Dungeon remains [[FirstInstallmentWins best known under its original name]].
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In 1987, an [[UpdatedRerelease overhauled version]] was published by Woodrose Editions as ''The Dungeon Revealed''--so named for a mail-in offer of the game's source code. While not introducing any color graphics, the this revision did bring compatibility with the new color Macs (and remarkably, remained playable through the next 20 years of {{Mac}} hardware and software upheaval). Other additions included digitized sounds, secret rooms, and a [[BossBattle boss fight]] every five levels. However, few copies were sold, and today the Dungeon remains [[FirstInstallmentWins best known under its original name]].

In 1987, an [[UpdatedRerelease overhauled version]] was published by Woodrose Editions as ''The Dungeon Revealed''--so named for a mail-in offer * CosmicKeystone -- The Orb of the game's source code. While not introducing any color graphics, the revision did bring compatibility with the new color Macs (and remarkably, remained playable through the next 20 years of {{Mac}} hardware Carnos, whose theft plunges TheKingdom into "blight, disease, confusion and software upheaval). Other additions included digitized sounds, secret rooms, and a [[BossBattle boss fight]] every five levels. However, few copies were sold, and today the Dungeon remains [[FirstInstallmentWins best known under its original name]]. senseless infighting."

In 1987, an [[UpdatedRerelease overhauled version]] was published * GameOverMan -- The illusion of a skull formed by Woodrose Editions as ''The Dungeon Revealed''--so named for a mail-in offer tree branches in front of the game's source code. While not introducing any color graphics, the revision did bring compatibility with the new color Macs (and remarkably, remained playable through the next 20 years of {{Mac}} hardware and software upheaval). Other additions included digitized sounds, secret rooms, and a [[BossBattle boss fight]] every five levels. However, few copies were sold, and today the Dungeon remains [[FirstInstallmentWins best known under its original name]]. cave.

* LifeEnergy -- Only vampires can drain it; only life potion can restore it.

* LifeEnergy StrategyGuide -- Only vampires can drain it; only life potion can restore it.A booklet called ''The Carnos Chronicles'' could be ordered for $3.25 plus shipping. [[MissingEpisode There is currently no way to read it online.]]

* LifeEnergy VampiricDraining -- Only vampires can Vampires will drain it; only your LifeEnergy, causing MaximumHPReduction. Only life potion potions can restore it.reverse the effect.

* WizardNeedsFoodBadly -- But don't eat too much, or '''your stomach will explode.'''
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* WizardNeedsFoodBadly -- But don't eat too much, or '''your ''[[DeathByGluttony your stomach will explode.''' explode]].''
23rd Jun '14 11:44:50 PM SpiderRider3
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fixed namespace
A graphical {{Roguelike}} for MacOS, created by John Raymonds and distributed as unencumbered {{Shareware}} from 1985-1987. Fondly remembered for its colorful bestiary, which drew on ''DungeonsAndDragons'', CelticMythology, and a quirky sense of humor ("The [[spoiler:Floor]] hits!").
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A graphical {{Roguelike}} for MacOS, UsefulNotes/MacOS, created by John Raymonds and distributed as unencumbered {{Shareware}} from 1985-1987. Fondly remembered for its colorful bestiary, which drew on ''DungeonsAndDragons'', CelticMythology, and a quirky sense of humor ("The [[spoiler:Floor]] hits!").
26th Dec '13 3:12:56 PM Someoneman
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* spoiler:FinalBoss / BossOnlyLevel -- [[The Dark Wizard is alone on the lowermost floor... but if you don't finish him there, he's willing to stalk you all the way back to the surface.]]
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* spoiler:FinalBoss FinalBoss / BossOnlyLevel -- [[The [[spoiler:The Dark Wizard is alone on the lowermost floor... but if you don't finish him there, he's willing to stalk you all the way back to the surface.]]
26th Dec '13 3:12:06 PM Someoneman
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trope names should not be spoiler tagged
* [[spoiler:FakinMacGuffin -- There are two Orbs you can find, and one of them is a decoy plastic ball.]]
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* [[spoiler:FakinMacGuffin FakinMacGuffin -- There [[spoiler:There are two Orbs you can find, and one of them is a decoy plastic ball.]]

* [[spoiler:FinalBoss / BossOnlyLevel -- The Dark Wizard is alone on the lowermost floor... but if you don't finish him there, he's willing to stalk you all the way back to the surface.]]
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* [[spoiler:FinalBoss spoiler:FinalBoss / BossOnlyLevel -- The [[The Dark Wizard is alone on the lowermost floor... but if you don't finish him there, he's willing to stalk you all the way back to the surface.]]
13th Apr '13 4:21:26 PM JIKTV
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Not to be confused with the other Wrestling/DungeonOfDoom.

* DemonicSpiders -- Giant Scorpions drain your strength, forcing you to shed heavy inventory items until you can locate the rare potions that undo the effect. They also move at double speed, making it hard to run from them.
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