DOS - 1995
Description of Witchaven
If you haven't play Witchaven (also known as Witchhaven, Witchaven: dare to enter...) already, go ahead and download it now! Published in 1995 by IntraCorp, Inc., Witchaven features action in a fantasy genre.
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Comments and reviews
Skully 2016-12-06 0 point
If you are having trouble with the lack of sound, you'll need to run the included setup.exe file through DOSBox to set up the audio. Music/Sound ConfigurationExecute Sound Configuration Program. My setting are: [Select Digital] Sound Blaster, Port 220, DMA 1, IRQ 5 and [Select MIDI] Microsoft Sound System, MIDI Port 388. Hope this helps. :)
Frank 2016-09-15 0 point
Tried playing it years ago and got bored after awhile. It had lots of unique environments, but the progression from one to the next had no rhyme or reason. One level you're in a cavern, the next outdoors, the next in a castle.
Also, though there was a bow, most fighting was at close quarters. That got old quickly.
I seem to recall there were witches - young women of identical hairstyle and body type - I never figured out how to kill or neutralize. Tried to find a walkthrough, but apparently nobody ever wrote one.
Hieroglyphics 2015-05-01 0 point DOS version
The lack of sound is disappointing, but it ultimately kills the appeal of this game for me because that scary skull thing just isn't as impactful. ":l
indstr 2014-02-12 -1 point DOS version
Hm, I remember this, but it was pretty much just a crap HeXeN clone.
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