Halls of the Things
|Halls of the Things|
Cover art Dave De Leuw
Martin S. Horsley
In this game the player travels through seven floors of a tower, searching for seven rings, with each floor being a complex maze of corridors and rooms. Once the player has the rings they must then find the magical key hidden in the dungeon, which opens the drawbridge allowing the player to escape. To hinder the player's progress they are attacked by "things", but the player is armed with a sword, arrows, fireballs and lightning to aid you in your quest.
The game was well received when it was released, reviews can be found in the following magazines....
- "Excellent and dangerously addictive it could change the Spectrum games scene overnight". Sinclair User
- "Spectacular. One of the best games i've seen, finely balanced between simplicity and addictiveness - superb graphics and colour - I CAN'T RECOMMEND IT HIGHLY ENOUGH". Popular Computing Weekly
- ZX Computing
- Computer and Video Games
ZX Computing magazine, featured Halls of the Things as the best game of 1983. The ZX Spectrum version was voted the 27th best game of all time in a special issue of Your Sinclair magazine in 2004.
- "Review...". Sinclair User (17): 32. August 1983.
- "Review...". Popular Computing Weekly. 1983.
- "Review...". ZX Computing (8310): 18. October 1983.
- "Review...". Computer and Video Games (27): 18. January 1984.
- "Feature...". ZX Computing (8312): 151. December 1983.
- "Top 50 Games of All Time". Your Sinclair. Imagine Publishing. November 2004.