|Publisher(s)||Med Systems Software|
|Programmer(s)||Frank Corr, Jr.|
|Platform(s)||TRS-80, Apple II|
Deathmaze 5000 is TRS-80 computer game written by Frank Corr, Jr. and published by Med Systems Software in 1980. It was ported to the Apple II and followed by the second game in the Continuum series, Labyrinth.
Deathmaze 5000 is a first-person graphic adventure in which the player begins on the top floor of a 5 story building and moves through labyrinthine hallways, with a goal of escaping before starving to death. The adventurer must fight monsters, collect objects, and solve puzzles.
Russ Williams reviewed Deathmaze 5000 in The Space Gamer No. 47. Williams commented that "Deathmaze 5000 is an excellent game which will not be solved in a few weeks. If you like the prospect of a game that could last you for a very long time, get it. It's better than many [more expensive] games I've seen, both in price and in gaming value."