Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.

Ken's Labyrinth

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MobyRank MobyScore
DOS
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2.5
Linux
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2.4
Windows
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1.0

User Reviews

The first Wolfenstein 3D clone! DOS Maw (849)
A true classic. DOS PimPamPet (89)
A classic. DOS Doug Brozek (8)
Rather engine-demo than a game. DOS Sir Gofermajster (481)
Great Game!!! DOS Andrew Fimiani (4)
This is a GAME?? I thought it was a homework project from BASIC 101!! DOS Satoshi Kunsai (1816)
A Classic? I don't think so. DOS Attila (496)
Amazingly bad. DOS Tomer Gabel (4388)

Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
DOS 44 2.5
Linux 2 2.4
Windows 1 1.0
Combined MobyScore 47 2.5


The Press Says

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78
DOSShooterplanet
Man kann es kaum anders sagen: Das Alter des jungen Ken Silverman, sein Potential und das seiner Engine. Die Spiele, die mittels seiner Engine noch entstanden und die nachträglich entstandene OpenGl-Version: Kens Labyrinth ist schlicht und ergreifend Kult. Spielerisch, visuell und auditiv heutzutage natürlich keine Offenbarung mehr, aber für die damalige Zeit als privates Projekt einfach ein Hammer.
64
WindowsAbandonia Reloaded
Ken's Labyrinth is a first person shooter similiar to the Wolf3d engine. Both the game and code was created by Ken Silverman (The creator of the Duke3d Build Engine) when he was 16-17 years old. Ken's Labyrinth is pretty entertaining, though it does have bad graphics.
50
DOSGameHippo.com
This DOS game was originally released by Epic Games in 1993. The author of the game (Ken Silverman) has decided to give away the game as freeware. Because of the game's old age, you may not manage to get any sound and/or some keyboard commands may not work. Nontheless, the game is a nice piece of game nostalgia. At the time the game was released our rating would probably be 8/10 but in the light of today's hightech games the rating is recuded to 5/10. The gameplay has 3 episodes each with an easy/hard option. Press ESC for the helpmenu. Ken's Labyrinth contains no real violence or weapons that would be inappropriate for kids. Some monsters may appear mildly scary for the very youngest.