Dungeon (video game)

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    Dungeon is an early Dungeons & Dragons-based Role-Playing Game, written in 1975 or 1976 by Don Daglow for the PDP-10 minicomputer.

    You create a party of adventurers and go Dungeon Crawling. The game is very faithful to the original 1974 edition of Dungeons & Dragons, with the same Class and Level System and races. It used character graphics to create a Top Down View of the dungeon. What you could see was limited by your party's line of sight, and this was affected by the presence of light or darkness, and your party's infravision abilities.

    Very similar to the earlier dnd, but this was the first RPG videogame with a whole party instead of just one character.

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