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Doomdark's Revenge

Doomdark's Revenge is a strategy and role-playing video game developed by Mike Singleton and originally released in 1985 for DOS and various home computer systems, including the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, and Commodore 64. It is the sequel to the earlier game Lords of Midnight and is known for its unique combination of strategy, adventure, and storytelling elements. 
The game is set in a fantasy world called Midnight, which is threatened by an evil sorceress named Shareth the Heartstealer, who serves the titular character, Doomdark. The player takes on the role of Luxor the Moonprince, who must lead a group of heroes on a quest to gather allies, unite the Free People of Midnight, and ultimately defeat Shareth and her master, Doomdark.
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Main executable game file: doomdark/revenge.com.

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Doomdark's Revenge review

ACE Magazine (1987): "Although you could see a lot of Lords of Midnight in the game mechanics. Doomdark's Revenge plays completely differently and in certainly a worthy successor. All that remains now is to see whether Mike Singleton can ever find the time to write that promised third part of the trilogy Eye of the Moon."

Additional info about Doomdark's Revenge

Status: abandonware
Input: keyboard
Abandonware DOS views: 9661
Series: Doomdark's Revenge is part of the Lords of Midnight series.


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