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Curse of the Catacombs (DOS)

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100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
4.1
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Curse of the Catacombs Credits

Other Games

In addition to this game, the following people are listed as working on other games. No more than 25 people are listed here, even if there are more than 25 people who have also worked on other games.

John Romero, 110 other games
John Carmack, 86 other games
Adrian Carmack, 55 other games
Steve Maines, 32 other games
Jerry Jones, 25 other games
Mike Maynard, 24 other games
Greg Paul Malone II, 20 other games
James T. Row, 16 other games
Judi Mangham, 16 other games
Nolan Martin, 11 other games
Jim Weiler, 9 other games
Carol Ludden, 7 other games
John Hicks, 4 other games

Collaborations

People who have worked on this game have also collaborated on the creation of the following games:

Terror of the Catacombs, a group of 13 people
The Catacomb Abyss, a group of 12 people
Cyberchess, a group of 7 people
Blake Stone: Planet Strike!, a group of 7 people
Xenopods, a group of 7 people
Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold, a group of 7 people
Big Blue Disk #44, a group of 6 people
PARAGON, a group of 6 people
Dangerous Dave in the Haunted Mansion, a group of 6 people
Catacomb, a group of 5 people
Catacomb II, a group of 5 people
Dave Goes Nutz, a group of 5 people
Big Blue Disk #40, a group of 5 people
Big Blue Disk #41, a group of 5 people
Dangerous Dave's Risky Rescue, a group of 5 people
Commander Keen: Keen Dreams, a group of 5 people
The Ultimate DOOM, a group of 4 people
DOOM II, a group of 4 people
Slordax: The Unknown Enemy, a group of 4 people
Big Blue Disk #39, a group of 4 people
Rise of the Triad: Dark War, a group of 4 people
Rescue Rover 2, a group of 4 people
Big Blue Disk #32, a group of 4 people
Big Blue Disk #35, a group of 4 people
Wolfenstein 3D, a group of 4 people

Credits for this game were contributed by John Romero (1273) and Frenkel (1595)