|There are like three different things that COULD be a title screen, I chose this one|
Publisher:Computer War System Soft
Developer:Computer War System Soft
What a title. What a company name. What a game. I guess they chose the right name, since System Soft and Soft System were/are taken. With a name like Korean Dungeon Boy, I'd think it was some cheap knockoff with a different name, but no, that's the original name. What is Korean Dungeon Boy? Its another Monster Maze-clone. Before I begin, I'd just like to talk about how this game emulates. Most games emulate in a typical window, about 640x400, this instead decides it wants to be something like the size of my screen, vertically. You can tell it from the screenshots, but it makes actually playing the thing a chore.
|Behold, scenic wall|
|Items are visible up-close, but question marks far away|
|Hey, the PC is screaming at this thing, I never noticed|
|I wonder where this place is supposed to be|
Two guns, just with different damage values. 1/10
Generic enemies with one interesting one. 1/10
Clever mazes, but still mazes. 1/10
Takes a bit to get used to the item selection, and the shootings awkward, but the movement itself is perfect. 2/10
I have to give this a zero simply because the game wouldn't display properly for me. 0/10
I have no idea. 0/10
I don't know what kind of sound is coming from my speakers, but I know I don't like it. 0/10
That's 5. Not exactly a shock. An early Korean title was never going to set the world on fire. It could have been worse. There are no other reviews to my understanding.
Next up, the long awaited, at least in my mind, Cybercon III.