DOS - 1991
Description of Moraff's World
Second and best in Steve Moraff's quirky RPG series, Moraff's World expands the kill-monsters-get-treasure premise of Moraff's Revenge by adding more sophisticated gameplay features, and many times larger gameworld. Description as MobyGames says it all:
There are many dungeons and continents to explore in this classic. All the dungeons are randomly generated, though once the game is played for the first time the dungeons stay the same afterwords. There are over 40 different monsters with different attributes and weak points and 200 levels of each dungeon to play.
The dungeons are explored in first person view, and you can travel over the surface of the earth in top down view as an X (the effect used to display varying heights of terrain is interesting). There are also many items to collect, from holy hand grenades to your standard set of plate mail armor.
With a larger scope than Moraff's Revenge and better user interface than Dungeons of The Unforgiven, Moraff's World is the best RPG in this cult classic series. Recommended for any fan of Roguelike games who is looking for a "light" dungeon crawl with a cool sense of humor.
Oh, and if you never find the holy hand grenade in the game, you ain't seen nothing yet [EG]. Thumbs up!
Review By HOTUD
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Comments and reviews
Steam 2015-05-06 0 point
A common fallacy I find in reviews of this game is that the Monk, Sage and Fighter are not viable characters. False. The Monk in particular is the easiest character in the game to play, as long as he starts with high wisdom and intelligence for max spell points, and I challenge anyone who has no other particular life to beat the Red Dragon King with a Fighter. It's doable, although it will take you a long time to do it. Find those Resist Level Drain papers...they're around!
Bubba 2014-10-27 1 point
I have been looking for this game for years and years... YAAAAAAAAAY \0/
Richard 2014-06-15 0 point
I'm looking for one of Steven Moraff's old video games called Sojourn...
MagicalRhiannon 2014-03-02 0 point
I've known Steve since the mid 1980s while I was DJ'ing at KZEW in Dallas. He's the guy that would have been Bill Gates if Bill Gates wouldn't have been Bill Gates. LOL. I was amazed by his games them and am still now as they are some of the best I've ever seen anywhere and were hard in many cases making me want to try harder. Thanks for the memories Steve. Sincerely, Dr. Rhiannon A. La Passioneria CDR USN Ret.
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