Dungeons & Dragons - Tower of Doom © 1994 Capcom Company, Limited.
Based on the famous RPG system Dungeons & Dragons. Four warriors set a course for the evil Tower of Doom and battle lots of enemies straight out of the Monstrous Compendium!
Runs on the "CP System II" hardware.
Green Board [Japan]
Players: Up to 4.
Control: 8-Way Joystick per player.
Buttons: 4 per player.
=> Attack, Jump, Use Item, Select Item
Tower of Doom was released in January 1994 in Japan. It was known as the second game released on the CPS-II hardware.
Known export releases:
"Dungeons & Dragons - Tower of Doom [Blue Board]"
"Dungeons & Dragons - Tower of Doom [Grey Board]"
"Dungeons & Dragons - Tower of Doom [Orange Board]"
The little sword-swinging flourish the fighter does after defeating a major enemy is taken directly from Capcom's previous side-scrolling sword fighting game, "Knights Of The Round".
Jorel Chisolm holds the official record for this game with 238452 experience points on November 10, 2005.
Green Board revisions :
REVISION 1 :
* Build date: 940113
REVISION 2 :
* Build date: 940125
* Extended Ending : During the last fight with Deimos activate all 4 players, than defeat the boss. If all 4 characters are alive then an extra scene will be played after the ending credits where the party sets off for their next adventure.
Dungeon Masters : Tomoshi Sadamoto (11255), Magigi Fukunishi, George Kamitani, Alex Jimenez
Character Designers : Hitoshi Nishio (T), Shinji Sakashita (Sinz. Sakashita), Jun Matsumura (25), Youjiro, Yukari Ogawa, Minobeyan, Popozu. Boo, Seigo Kawakami, Masako Sato, Tiyuki Sawada, Takemoto
Artists : Fukumoyan, Ziggy, Miyao Masako, Hisashi Kisanuki, Junsuke, Angus, Hiropon
Programmers : Kazuo Yamawaki, Belphegor Ogachy, Tsutumu Uragou, Teruaki Hirokado, Toshiyuki Furuko
Music Composers : Isao Abe (Oyaji), Takayuki Iwai (Anarchy Takapon), Ok Production
Sound Designers : Toshio Kajino, Tomuyuki Kawakami (T.K NY)
Special Thanks : Kazumasa Yamanouchi, Ikusan Z, Yorio, Rikagon, Prof. Hayashi, Takuya Shiraiwa
[JP] Sega Saturn (mar.4, 1999, "Dungeons & Dragons Collection") [Model T-1224G]
[JP] Sega Saturn (mar.4, 1999, "Dungeons & Dragons Collection [4MRAM Doukori Ban]") [Model T-1245G]