Dungeon Master (First Real-Time Fantasy Role-Playing Game). Doug Bell, Mike Newton, Dennis Walker, Nancy Holder, Dennis Walker.
Dungeon Master (First Real-Time Fantasy Role-Playing Game)

Dungeon Master (First Real-Time Fantasy Role-Playing Game)

[San Diego, CA]: FTL Games / Software Heaven Inc., 1987. David Darrow. Paperback. The printed players guide for the 1987 release of Dungeon Master, the first real-time Fantasy role-playing computer game with visual design by Andy Jaros and audio by Wayne Holder. Saddle stapled wraps, 8vo (8-3/4 inches tall), pp. [4 - inc. frontis], i-xviii, 1-26, illustrated with line drawings. Volume with rubbing to front cover, light soil to lower cover and the occasional spot of soil to text. Very Good. Item #2958

"Dungeon Master is a fantasy role-playing game, the first to feature real-time gameplay. The game included a number of user interface features that made gameplay particularly enjoyable, from a spell system that seemed to be "logical" to the intuitive way the player used the mouse to directly manipulate items in the simulated 3D view. It was released on the [Atari] ST in 1987 and went on to become the ST's best selling product of all time. It was eventually ported to over a dozen platforms in six languages. ... [awards received included] the first ever Special Award for Artistic Achievement from Computer Gaming World when it was initially released." wiki, accessed 03/18 ; p. 480 Games vs Hardware. The History of PC Video Games : The 80's, by Bogdan Ion Purcaru, and The Evolution of Fantasy Role-Playing Games by Michael J. Tresca p. 141.

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