Bloodwych reviewZero Magazine Issue 01 (1990): "I can foresee Dungeon Master purists turning their 'oh-so-disdainful' noses up at this apparently inferior attempt. But it's not. The interaction element and two-player option add something news to what could become a stale genre. If you can forgive the jerky graphics, fairly poor animation, and slightly unwieldly controls, then Bloodwych will put a big grin on your face and a big dent in your social life."
The game had an add-on pack released called Bloodwych: Data Disks Vol 1 (AKA Bloodwych: The Extended Levels).
A modified map for the first level of the game was produced as a demonstration level, and featured on the coverdisk of Issue 1 of the ST Format magazine.
Bloodwych was followed in 1994 by Psygnosis' Hexx: Heresy of the Wizard.Search on eBay
Additional info about Bloodwych
Input: keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk
Also published for: Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, C64, ZX Spectrum
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