Eye Of The Beholder (PC, 1.44MB 3 1/2" Disk) Slash - 1992 USA, Canada Release
Eye Of The Beholder
|Media||1.44MB 3.5" Disk|
|Label||Advanced Dungeons and Dragons|
|Developer(s)||Strategic Simulations, Inc.|
|Category(s)||Entertainment, Role Playing|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
Explore AD&D computer fantasy role-playing like never before!
Jurri the Rogue fingers his lockpicks and deftly slips one into the lock. It's trapped, but Jurri is skilled...with a soft click, the trap is disarmed. The door creaks open, revealing a dimly lit corridor.
Without warning, skeletons leap from the shadows and slash at the party! Swords flash, spells sizzle, then...all is quiet, and the corridor is littered with bones.
Legend has it there's a criminal conspiracy hiding in the Waterdeep sewers. Is this true? These locks and traps are too good, and someone sent those skeletons. Well, if someone's hiding down here, we're going to find them... and destroy them!
So begins the quest that heralds the first graphically based AD&D computer fantasy role-playing saga- the Legend Series.
In Eye of the Beholder, you control four PCs and two NPCs of six character races and six character classes. You and your party may aspire to become High Priests, Lords, Paladins, Ranger Lords, Wizards, and Master Thieves!
Easy to use point-and-click commands and 3-D point of view create that "you are there" feeling!
Experience AD&D computer fantasy role-playing like never before as you and your party of adventurers explore the dark, slimy underside of Waterdeep.
- Awesome 3-D graphics and explosive sound create intense face-to-face combat and encounters.
- This all new advanced Legend Series role-playing saga is based on AD&D 2nd edition game rules.
- Point and click your way through all aspects of your quest including movement, spell-casting, and combat!
The Slash version includes the manual, IBM and Compatibles Data Card, Slash registration card, and two 3 1/2" 720K disk. The Slash version can be distinguished from the original Strategic Simulations version by these characteristics:
- Both versions comes in the Strategic Simulations printed setup box.
- The Strategic Simulations version has a system requirements label on the the lower left front corner of the box wrapping to the left spine of the box. The Slash version has no system requirements label and a very small label on the front top right corner reading: 3.5" IBM 1.44 MB DISKS.
- The quality of the contents inside the Slash package are of lower quality than the original Strategic Simulations release.
- The disk labels on the Slash version are laser printed on white labels.
- The Slash manual and Data Card are photocopied on plain paper.