Fatal Labyrinth

One of the first roguelikes to hit consoles — and one of the first to feature actual graphics rather than ASCII symbols — Fatal Labyrinth is a brutal, cynical game that nonetheless demands “just one more go” when you accidentally drink a poisonous potion for the umpteenth time.


Developer: Sega
Publisher: Sega
Available on: Mega Drive, PC


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Sega Mega Drive Classics: Yes, It’s That Time Again - You know a console generation has truly reached maturity when it gets a compilation of Mega Drive games. Sega’s library of 16-bit classics must surely, by now, be some of the most frequently officially and legally emulated games of all time — and yet we keep getting these packages. And people keep buying them. People … Continue reading Sega Mega Drive Classics: Yes, It’s That Time Again
Mega Drive Essentials: Fatal Labyrinth - Roguelikes have been around for many years now, but in recent years we’ve seen an explosion in popularity of more accessible games that present a friendlier face to this notoriously obtuse genre. Well-received Western indie titles such as Spelunky, Rogue Legacy, Dungeons of Dredmor, FTL and numerous others helped popularise (and, some may argue, dilute) … Continue reading Mega Drive Essentials: Fatal Labyrinth

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