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Towers: Lord Baniff's Deceit screenshot
Towers: Lord Baniff's Deceit gameplay screenshot Review:  Rating: 3.5
Towers is a first-person perspective dungeon crawler, reminiscent of Dungeon Master, Dungeon Hack, or Eye of the Beholder, but a bit simpler than those titles. The story is presented in-game using still frame scenes with imagery and long text. You have become stranded in the Land of Towers, and have become trapped in Lord Baniff's Tower during a mission. Your goal is to find Lord Baniff and escape! The game plays reasonably well; there is not much instructions given regarding how to play, but if you're familiar with this type of game you should do okay. Overall seems like a pretty decent RPG. It was much later remade for the Game Boy Color system!
Towers (VV) - >>is a role-playing game
for up to four players. You and your
men have become stranded on The Island
of Towers after your ship was destroyed
during a mighty storm. Now, in an
effort to earn funds for rebuilding
your ship, you have commisioned with
the local sherriff to find Lord Baniff.
The quest seems simple enought until you
begin inside the towers.
Description Copyright 1994 PsL

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