Eye Of The Beholder III (PC, 1.44MB 3 1/2" Disk) Slash - 1994 USA, Canada Release
Eye Of The Beholder III
|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.
The third eye is the most evil of all.
The Grand Finale of the meanest 3-D graphic adventure series- ever!
Behold Eye III, with the hottest graphics, a devilishly deep plot, more colors and more cinematics than ever.
Prepare to be transported to the ruined city of Myth Drannor in the Forgotten Realms world, where you must wrest an artifact of divine power from the dread lich Acwellan. Journey through the forest, mausoleum, temple and guilds, each filled with its own intricate puzzles and traps.
The streamlined interface plays an important role in your survival- allowing smoother moves in combat thanks to the new All Attack button.
After 40-100 hours, you might see the light at the end of Eye III. Then again, you might not.
Eye these features:
- Massive monster bestiary.
- All-new monster allies include: sprites, were-tigers and lizard-like humanoids known as Saurials.
An assault on your senses.
- Over 30 portrait and letterboxed still shots.
- Three times more cinematic intermissions.
- Five fully-scored music pieces.
- Over 70 digitized sound effects.
- Import your favorite characters from Eye II- with weapons, treasure and experience levels.
PC MS-DOS 3.3
The Slash version includes an envelope containing the manual, IBM and Compatibles Data Card, Slash registration card, and four 3 1/2" disks (Three 1.44MB disks and one 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 the image of the label printed directly on the box.
- 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.