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Diablo

Diablo is rpg game designed by David Brevik, Erich Schaefer, Max Schaefer, Eric Sexton, Kenneth Williams, developed by Blizzard Entertainment and released by Blizzard Entertainment in 1996. Diablo runs on Windows XP/98/95. Download the game here. Diablo is part of the Diablo game series.

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An expansion pack, entitled Diablo: Hellfire, was released in 1997 by Sierra Entertainment.

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Input: keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: cd-rom

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  • Qwerty - 26/02/2020 17:39
    It is possible to run Diablo in browser, simply search for d07RiV/diabloweb on github.
    Get an MPQ file from a Diablo_1996_Blizzard page on archive.org
  • FlightDreamz - 30/01/2019 02:13
    Anyone know HOW you can get Diablo running on a Windows 7 or (dare I say it) Windows 10 system. Haven't been able to play Diablo since WindowsXP
  • Dee - 09/05/2018 03:21
    This game is a classic dungeon crawling experience. The Town of Tristram is in peril with many things going on. Your character has returned from some journey that isn't made clear as to where you have been. The full version has 3 playable characters, each with their own specific skill sets that make certain things easier. The Warrior is the fast sword swinging character with abilities to wear very heavy armors. the Sorcerer may be physically weak, but make up for it in his magic casting speed. The fleetfooted rouge is the most Dexterous but moderate abilities in magic and strength, her skill with bows allows her to fire one very quickly. Who you choose is ultimately up to you, but at it's core, the story is not effected by your character choice. What is effected is what your character can effectively equip. The main baddie is Diablo, the Lord of Destruction. He awaits your arrival in the bowels of hell, 16 layers below the town. but each layer is randomly generated with each playthrough and filled with many other monsters waiting to tear you apart. As far as I have played, I have never gotten the same layout twice. Also the quests available will vary with each playthrough. So expect to play this multiple time to experience every quest.
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