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Daymare 1

Views: 4,0551992SharewareRole Playing (RPG) Jim Todd
Daymare I is a first-person perspective dungeon crawler, and the original game upon which its better known sequel … VIEW

Daymare 2

Views: 5,1911993FreewareRole Playing (RPG) Jim Todd
Daymare 2 (apparently Daymare 1 was for the Atari ST computer) is a traditional first person RPG. Although it looks … VIEW

Dungeons of Death

Views: 6,4771994SharewareRole Playing (RPG) Alex Kapteyn Jr
Dungeons of Death is a first-person perspective role playing game, similar to classics like Dungeon Hack or Eye of the … VIEW

Dungeons of Noudar

Views: 5,6862014FreewareRole Playing (RPG) Daniel Monteiro
No doubt inspired by older turn-based first-person RPG games such as the SSI games, as well as perhaps more modern … VIEW

Elder Scrolls: Arena

Views: 15,0371993Full versionRole Playing (RPG) Bethesda Softworks
This is not a demo! It's the full version of this classic RPG game! It has been released by its original developers, and … VIEW

Elder Scrolls: Daggerfall

Views: 16,9151996Full versionRole Playing (RPG) Bethesda Softworks
Elder Scrolls: Daggerfall is the second game in the Elder Scrolls series which later spawned the more recent Elder … VIEW

Hexx: Heresy of the Wizard

Views: 3,9741994DemoRole Playing (RPG) TAGPsygnosis
First of all, if you're looking for the 3D shooting game with a similar name, you'll want to try Hexen instead. Now that … VIEW

Infernal Tome

Views: 5,3771996SharewareRole Playing (RPG) MVP Software
Infernal Tome (episode 1, "Shardmoure Keep") is a classic-style 1st person RPG dungeon crawling game. Similar to classic … VIEW

Magenta's Maze

Views: 7752017FreewareMiscellaneous Gibdon Moon Productions
My math skills are rusty, and rather than trying to explain this game myself, here is the description by the developers … VIEW

Maze Quest

Views: 4,2011991SharewareRole Playing (RPG) Tom Sherwood
Maze Quest little-known RPG that is the shareware version of City Quest, which is said to be a sprawling full-length RPG … VIEW

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