DOS - 1983
Description of 3-Demon
If you haven't played 3-Demon or want to try this action video game, download it now for free! Published in 1983 by John D. Price, 3-Demon (aka Monster Maze) was an above-average arcade title in its time.
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blahblah 2019-01-02 0 point
While "console gamers" were playing Atari 2600... "pc gamers" were playing this, sopwith & castle. Gaming sure has come a long way. But, 3-Demon was mind-blowing for the time, especially to a young, impressionable kid whose first computer was an IBM XT clone rendering games in all their CGA glory.
ds 2013-11-12 3 points DOS version
OH MY GOD! This game!! I remember telling my friends I had "3d pacman" for PC.. amazing.. this site continues to impress!
Nicole 2013-03-17 1 point DOS version
I vaguely remember this game being on a shareware disk. It had an .rtf file called 'secret', and it described 666 and the NWO and all that. Anyone else find that?
Coyote 2013-01-29 1 point DOS version
This is one of the very earliest PC games I ever played, and did I ever play it a lot O_O
Predalien123 2009-07-05 -1 point DOS version
I just played this. It is one of the funest games in the history of the #$%^*& world.
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