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The Dungeon of Doom

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
dungeon_of_doom.img_.sit (94.64 KB)
MD5: 52b0ece1528714123428fb5b4e108284
For System 1 - 5 - System 6.x
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
TheDungeonWinner.sit (12.72 KB)
MD5: 1f0a5bccd54eb2817a98c747f89e6c4f
For System 1 - 5 - System 6.x
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us (278.11 KB)
MD5: 036c89737683cbb38aa193f3f9ce61e3
For System 1 - 5 - System 6.x
This game works with: Mini vMac

A roguelike with icon-sized graphics. To escape the dungeon, you must descend to the 40th level and return with the Orb of Carnos.

DL #3: Contains the trio: Dungeon of Doom, TheDungeonWinner and The Dungeon Revealed in a single ISO image file in a Zip archive. Added here with Mini vMac users in mind.
Unzip the archive on your host OS and drop the extracted .iso into a Mini vMac window running System Software 6.0.8 or earlier

Architecture: 68k

Not 32-bit clean. However, the commercial re-release, The Dungeon Revealed, is playable all the way from System 6 to OS X 10.4 Classic Mode (albeit without sound).


Bolkonskij's picture
by Bolkonskij - 2019, March 20 - 10:08pm

Just added "The Dungeon Winner", a cheat utility for Dungeon of Doom. It will allow you to edit your character's name, attributes(wisdom, strength etc.), experience level, and the character's maximum hit points and current hit points. Enjoy Smile

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by Dorje - 2015, November 1 - 11:34pm

This was one of the first games I ever played, if not the first. I had no idea what I was doing but I enjoyed doing it! I had to find a download of this game after I looked up this play through on YouTube

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by deltroid - 2012, September 5 - 9:03pm

Added version 5.4 the pic listed is 5.4 but the version is 4.0: second download is actual 5.4 version in stuffit 4x.

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by IIGS_User - 2010, September 28 - 4:43pm

Thanks for pointing out, that this is still a particular floating files download.
Now, this is a Disk Copy 4.2 image, stuffed with Stuffit 4.0

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by teebear - 2009, October 28 - 11:58am

Still not sure what I was doing wrong but I found a site that has the game up in a disk format that didn't need unstuffing.
Woot, now I can get down to playing the game.

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by teebear - 2009, October 28 - 11:25am

I was wondering if somebody could help me, I'm having some problems getting this game unstuffed in MiniVMac.
I've moved the .SIT file onto my disc as explained in the MiniVMac set up guide and I can see it in the folder. Then when I try to find it in Stuffit Expander 4, Stuffit Expander doesn't see the .SIT file at all.
When I tried another game Stuffit Expander found the .SIT file and then said it was unstuffing it but when I checked the folder the game was supposed to be unstuffed in it wasn't there.
I'm running MiniVMac 3.0.4 on my Windows XP machine so unstuffing the newer version or unstuffing it a different way (ie downloading a different emulator to unstuff it) seems like a lot of trouble.
Can anybody tell me what, if anything, I am doing wrong?

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by Euryale - 2009, October 24 - 10:19pm

You need to get mini vMac Emulator,
then the Stuffit expander I don't know what version, (hopefully someone could help on this)

Read the GUIDES page:

the Stuffit application works within the emulator mini vMac,
and is needed to uncompress the games you download from here,
(the Macintosh games are compressed in .SIT format,
so they can travel around the Internet/Windows environment
without getting corrupted and unplayable until they get into the Emulator) you can play them.

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by codizzle_09 - 2009, October 24 - 10:07pm

I desperately want to play this on my ThinkPad windows and I know that I need to get an emulator of some sort. A crazy one, too, if need be. Will someone help?

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by Balrog - 2009, June 1 - 12:13am

I used to play this all the time on my old Mac SE Smile