Abandonware DOS title

Lost Dutchman Mine

Lost Dutchman Mine is an abandoned simulation game designed by David Lindsley, Steve Marshall, developed by Magnetic images and released by Magnetic images in 1989. Lost Dutchman Mine runs on DOS.
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Lost Dutchman Mine review

Computer Gaming World issue 70 (1990): "There's more to this game than you'd think. While fun to play, the game is also a pretty good simulation of a lone prospector in Arizona around the turn of the 20th century. Gambling for your grubstake (fortunately the town card shark isn't that good at draw poker), outfitting your mining expedition, worrying about vermin, Indians and bandits, not to mention the ever present dangers of starvation and dehydration all add to the glitter of this little nugget. The interface is a bit clunky, but the graphics are better than average"

Additional info about Lost Dutchman Mine

Status: abandonware

Input: joystick, keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk

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