Labyrinth (Atari 8-Bit, Cassette) Broderbund Software - 1982 USA, Canada Release

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Packaging cover Labyrinth.
Product ID BRODE0100
Platform(s) Atari 8-Bit
Packaging Retail Box
Media Cassette
Copyright date 1982
Publisher(s) Broderbund Software
Category(s) Entertainment, Arcade
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

Once the richest source of diamonds in the world, the long deserted mines of Prince Julian are rumored to still hold much treasure. Legend also has it, that held captive in the mines is the one who holds the key to world peace, prosperity, and good seats to the Superbowl!

Dare you descend into the labyrinthian depths where many a brave adventurer has gone but has never returned? Have you the courage to face the strange and terrifying creatures who guard those dark corridors where the walls are in constant motion, exposing entryways and sealing off exits? Perhaps you will be the lucky one who will return alive to tell us of the mysterious prisoner in the mines, and if the wealth they are believed to hold really does exist.

  • An arcade style game
  • Eight different levels of play
  • Keyboard control
  • Requires 16K Atari 400/800

Programmed by Corey Kosak.
Game design by Scott Schram and Doug Carlston.

System Requirements

Atari 8-Bit
Required RAM 16K

Box Scans

Retail Box cover Labyrinth. Retail Box back Labyrinth.



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