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Demon Stalker (demon stalkers: the raid on doomfane) (pc game)
5 out of 5 (5 votes)
  • Title screen
  • Options
  • The game begins
  • Looking for a key
  • Slay the beasts
  • Can't get me!
  • Exploring the dungeon
  • Blast 'em!
  • Destroy the generator
  • Rats!
  • Grab the powerups
  • Head for the stairs
  • Whoah!
  • And where do I find that?
  • A moment of peace
  • And where would that be?
  • Gotta get the key
  • Courtesy of My Abandonware.
  • Image extracted from gameplay video.
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Lots of treasure to be had/ but beware the rats!

Sometimes a simple game such as this one can be all you need to distress aftyer a long day at work, or, I don't know, between two sessions of playing one of these modern over the top game titles that really put difficulty on the map (and an overloaded graphical style as well!) You see, Demon Stalker is an absolutely simple dungeon crawler, in the most basic of forms possible (the only way it could have been more low key was if it was built out of ASCII characters); all you get is the corridors, the occasional keys and the many varieties of dungeon crawlers that need to be cleaned for you to go around them without issues. The graphical style is very Apple, it looks as if it was created on the Lisa 1 or 2, and it has that polished but rather unpretentious feel, and, the classic Apple staple or airiness, which for me is a great staple for relaxation. Also, the game has a dungeon editor, which makes it possible to build your own adventures, which can actually be a great way to learn or test your abilities in terms of game and level design. So, if you love games such as Wizard Crown or Gauntlet this game here will not disappoint.