Eye of the Beholder is an DOS rpg game set in the Dungeons & Dragons universe, developed by Westwood Studios, designed by Joseph Bostic - Phillip W. Gorrow - Eydie Laramore - Paul S. Mudra and published by SSI Strategic Simulations Inc. in 1991.
Eye of the Beholder is a licensed Dungeons & Dragons video game. Eye of the Beholder is also part of the Eye of the beholder series.
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"Conceived and executed in the style of the classic Dungeon Master, Eye of The Beholder is exciting and challenging in equal measure. It's one of the highly-successful Advanced Dungeons games based on the TSR role playing tabletop game. First you must choose your party of adventurers, their race (human, dwarf, elf etc) attributes (strength, intelligence) and a whole host of other details. The adventurer's view is of a 3D dungeon and all the controls are mouse-driven. SSI has managed to maintain the feel and atmosphere of the original game while making the AD&D experience available to a lot more people." - PC Review Issue 7 (1992)
Eye of the Beholder Trilogy (1995, SSI) was a rerelease of all the three games for MS-DOS on CD-ROM. They also appeared later in Gamefest: Forgotten Realms Classics (2001, Interplay).