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Deathtrap Dungeon by Eidos.

Dive into the 3-D realm of Deathtrap Dungeon. Fight to the bloody end against over 50 fiends and foes ranging from fire-breathing dragons to slithering serpent women in a variety of dynamic 3-D environments. Swords and hammers are a few of the weapons at your fingertips as you battle at close quarters in 10 tortuous levels. Based on the Fighting Fantasy series by Ian Livingstone.

This Game was released in 1996 and within the game you could:

Battle as either a male or female warrior.
20 different 3D environments, each one filled with complex mazes, vast corridors and dark dungeons.
Fight over 50 monstrous characters from Fire-breathing Dragons and Exploding Pigs to Zombies and other Dungeon Demons.
Master 13 horrific weapons including swords, hammers, muskets, flamethrowers, magic spells, and your bloody bare hands.
Intense multiplayer action for up to 4 players.
Based on the multi-million selling Fighting Fantasy book series by Ian Livingstone.

System Requirements:
Win95-DirectX compatible (DirectX included),
Pentium 90MHz (133MHz recommended),
16MB RAM (32MB RAM recommended),
4X CD-ROM drive,
Win95 compatible sound card,
Joystick supported

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