Trying to Remember the Name of An Old Mac Game

Discussion in 'Mac and PC Games' started by Ramognino, Jul 22, 2012.

  1. Ramognino macrumors newbie

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    This game would go back to the black and white or monochromatic days of Macintosh with hard floppies. It wasn't a particularly complicated game either. Nothing on par with Shadowgate, for example. You had to type in words to do a command or spell/attack/whatever. The graphic level reminds me of the old Wizardry game on an Apple IIe except that it had less depth perception. I want to say that it had something like "dark", "lair", "maze" or some such thing, but I could be completely off my rocker. I am recalling this game from when I was a wee young child. Can anyone help?
     
  2. Ramognino thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I should add that it had better graphics than Wizardry. Comparatively. The game title may also had the words "master", "doom", or "labyrinth". It wasn't Dungeon of Doom though. And it had a first person game point of view if that wasn't clear.
     
  3. Ramognino thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Just Remembered Something Else. . .

    Washac, unfortunately no. The game tangentially reminds me of Wizardry, but I don't think there was an Apple II predecessor for it. It was on the Macintosh OS for sure.

    While looking through the Apple II list, however, I also remembered that the game was ordered through an Educorp catalog. I haven't been able to find any listings of applications and games that Educorp has sold in its history, but maybe this information may help narrow it down.
     

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