Abandonware DOS title

Mordor: The Depths of Dejenol

Mordor: The Depths of Dejenol is fantasy RPG game released in 1995 for Windows 3.x, but it runs flawlessy even Windows XP (see this faq if you want to play Mordor in a virtual machine). Mordor: The Depths of Dejenol is a mix of first-person and top-down perspective dungeon crawler; the game shows the dungeon in by both perspectives at once, taking advantage of Windows features.
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Rating: 3.72
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NOT abandonware (why?)
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Trouble running this game? Check out the F.A.Q.
You will probably need a Virtual Machine to run the game.

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Additional info

Facts, trivia and collector's notes are licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. These texts use material from this Wikipedia article.

Allen designed Mordor after a late-1970s multi-user dungeon game named Avatar, which ran on the PLATO system developed by the University of Illinois. Unlike Avatar, Mordor offers single-user play only, although players can run several characters in the dungeon concurrently, and control up to four characters simultaneously in a single party.

players: single player

Abandonware DOS popularity: below average

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