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About the StoryThis game is based fairly closely on the old basic rules of D&D. On the dungeon screen, red walls definitely contain no secret passages, while the orange walls are ones you haven't searched yet. The letters have the following meanings:
Use the arrow keys (A,W,S,Z) to move your party, or select one of the letters listed on the main menu bar to perform actions. Remember that every move and action takes up time in the dungeon and increases the possibility of attracting wandering monsters, so be selective about what you do. Don't, for example, just search for traps or secret passages indiscriminately. Bashing doors rather than picking their locks attracts monsters, but takes less time. Picking locks takes time, but doors can then be relocked. Monsters cannot go through locked doors or enabled traps.
The following actions are available from the main menu bar:
On the party member information screens, the codes have the following meanings:
NM=CHARACTER NAME (up to 6 characters in length)
The number after the CA (Charisma point) number is the amount of EX and $$ points needed to obtain the next level. As the party members increase in level, the dungeons should get tougher. When you buy items the old items are simply replaced. Shields cannot be used with two-handed weapons (and will be discarded if you select them). The two handed weapons are the sword and the ax. You can load and save parties at the beginning and end of each dungeon. Return to the entrance to exit a dungeon.
The spells that can be used by magic users, clerics and elves are as follows:
Reveal=Reveal secret rooms, traps and treasure
Reveal is a good spell to use at the beginning, when your party is just starting out. It shows where to find gold (so you can buy more and better equipment). It also shows you where to find magic items.
Run MAKEDUNG.C10 if you want to edit your own dungeons to load, rather than playing random ones.
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