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Dungeon Adventure

Produced by: Level 9 Computing
Distributor: Level 9 Computing (original), Firebird (Jewels of Darkness in the USA) and Rainbird Software (Jewels of Darkness in the rest of the world)
Author: Pete, Mike and Nick Austin
Year: 1984
System: ZX Spectrum, Oric-1, Lynx, Nascom, Memotech, Commodore 64, BBC, Amstrad CPC, Atari 400, MSX (original) and ZX Spectrum, Spectrum 128, Sinclair QL, Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, Amstrad PCW, Apple II, Atari 400, Atari XE, Atari ST, Amiga, MS-DOS, Macintosh, MSX (as part of Jewels of Darkness)
Type: Text adventure, Jewels of Darkness has illustrations
Distribution: Commercial
Availability: Out of print
Licensed: No

The third part of The Middle-Earth Trilogy (also called the Colossal Trilogy). When it was re-released as part of the Jewels of Darkness package, all references to Tolkien were removed.


The cover scan at the top of the page is from the first manual for the game. There were many other covers for the game during the years. Please contact me if you can help with scanning one or more.

Screen shots

The starting locations of the two ZX Spectrum versions: the original and the one in Jewels of Darkness.

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