Game ID: SLPS-00390
Namco Museum Vol.3 for PlayStation was released on June 21, 1996 in Japan.
Two unique versions of The Tower of Druaga are also hidden. One is called "Another Tower", and the other is called "Darkness Tower". Both are harder than the original and require different methods to beat the game.
[JP] "Namco Museum Vol.3 [Model SLPS-91160]" (PlayStation the Best, 1999)
[US] "Namco Museum Vol.3 [Model SLUS-00398]"
[EU] "Namco Museum Vol.3 [Model SCES-00268]"
Producer: Shigeru Yokoyama
Director: Shinichiro Okamoto
Planning: Eiji Sato, Yukito Ohayashi, Tsukasa Tanaka, Takahiro Matsuya
Programming: Hiroyuki Nakama, Kazuhiko Sase, Shogo Hayashi, Hideyasu Imase, Black River, Hirotaka Niizuma, Akimi, Jaian, Suneo
Graphics: Masahiko Uchida, Katsuhiro Hirayama, Mari Jinkawa, Masumi Shimoguchi, Kiyomi Amano, Takashi Inoue, Bakabon
3D Graphics: Wataro Ipponmichi, Kitakoumuten
Opening Cinematic: Masahito Terasawa
Sound: Nobuhiro Ouchi, Kaori Idaya, Masanori Otsuka
Special Thanks: Toshiya Hara, Takashi Fukawa, Junko Ozawa, Taku Tsuge, Mikako Kaneda, Ken Takeda, Hiroyuki Onoda, U16 Sadahiro, Shinichi Tsuruya, Buster Kaneko, Takashi Koshigoe, Kiyoshi Minami, Takaharu Suzuki, Kazunari Numata, Jun Nonoyama, Atsushi Nakanishi, Masami Fukuda
Advisor: Kenichi Ishiguro
Supervisor: Masami Shimotsuma
Sony PlayStation Network [PSOne Classics] [JP] (dec.11, 2003) "Namco Museum Vol.3 [Model NPJJ-00689]