Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (Dec 15, 1995 prototype)
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A prototype of Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom for the PlayStation.
- Unreleased port of the arcade release for the Sony PlayStation.
- Originally aiming for a March 1996 release but was soon cancelled due to a lack of progress since this build.
- Possibly outsourced to an American developer.
- Inside of the BUFFER folder is a ZIP archive named BUFF01. It is a dummy file that contains a build that was made one day prior to this one.
- On bootup, it goes straight to the title screen, with background music implemented (although there is only 1 track and it's rather simple)
- Players can choose between a Fighter, Cleric and Elf
- The "Join In" makes it seem like perhaps up to 4 players was being planned (the including paperwork states that it's only currently 1-player, take note)
- Beat-em-up style progression, with weapons
- Miscellaneous Notes:
- Game is emulatable: Yes (as of April 17, 2021).
- Game contains dongle protection: No.
- Game contains debugging symbols: N/A
- Dump was originally scrambled: No
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A huge thanks to Iniche for doing the initial research on this prototype!
- Project Deluge: PlayStation 1, Saturn, and CD-i (April 17, 2021)
- Cutting Room Floor (TCRF)
- Internet Archive (IA)