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Dungeon Master

Available Platforms: Amiga, DOS, Atari ST


GenreRole Playing

91/100 based on 8 User reviews. Add your vote

PublisherFTL Games
DeveloperFTL Games
OS supportedWin7 64 bit, Win8 64bit, Windows 10, MacOS 10.6+
Updated21 December 2022

Game Review

Dungeon Master, developed by FLT Games initially in 1987 for the Atari ST, is an grid-based 3D action role-playing game and one of the best selling Atari ST games of all time.

This game is a masterpiece and it's considered the father of first-person real-time computer RPGs, introducing many features that would become standard in future rpgs. Titles like Eye of the Beholder would not exist without Dungeon Master and the Ultima series was heavily influenced by the game.

The FTL title was ported to several other platforms, including Apple IIgs, DOS, FM Towns, PC-98, SNES. The first Amiga version was released in 1988, but Psygnosis re-released it in 1992 with some small improvements. Many consider this the best version of Dungeon Master, but Atari ST fans might have a different opinion :)

Review by: Manu
Published: 25 June 2017 10:12 pm

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Amiga version 1.3 - Language: Multiple Languages - Size: 8.42 Mb

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Amiga version 2.0 - Language: Multiple Languages - Size: 7.23 Mb

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DOS version 1.1 - Language: English - Size: 1.95 Mb

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Atari ST version 1.3 - Language: French - Size: 3.58 Mb

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PDF Manual - Language: English - Size: 1.23 Mb

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Latest Comments

  • Manu - 2023-04-06 - Reply

    @ElectricWheels, sorry about it. If you are talking about the Amiga version, you need to use the proper key to exit the game; otherwise, the saved file won't be saved on disk (this is how WHDLoad games work - as mentioned in the FAQs). If you use the DOS version, you should not have this problem.

  • Electric Wheels - 2023-04-06 - Reply

    Classic game I used to play on the Atari ST. Downloaded the Mac OS version but sadly it does not save any game data so lost over an hours gameplay