General Category => Games => Longplays, reviews and other gaming vids => Topic started by: Zoe Robinson on 17:44, 17 May 19
Doors of Doom is one of those lovely little games from the early days of the CPC that really shows off the power of the Amstrad's graphics. Gameplay-wise, it's a bit lacking but I still love it. What do you guys think of it?
I know it's been a while since this was posted but I had the disc version back in the 1980s and there was a scenery editor on there.
Yeah, apparently it's supposed to have a level editor on the tape version, too. All I can say is there must have been something rather wrong with my tape copy.
Sounds a bit like a cock up to me. It probably should have been on side B but wasn't. I think I planned to make the whole game a flat area and a door so I could easily collect the parts and see the ending. I never got around to it though.