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There are no less than 60 rooms in the castle, so it may be worthwhile taking a tip out of the adventure gamer's book and making a map. Andros is moved around the castle with a joystick or keys - and, if I were to fault this game on anything, it would be his jerky response to the controls. This really is nit-picking though because the overall impression of Tower of Evil is that it is one of the best games I have come across for the Vic 20.
VIC-20Commodore User (Aug, 1984)
This game is not quite as menacing as the title and insert make out. Despite that, it's pretty good fun. (...) Graphics are less than stunning, so is the sound, but action is swift and furious. Definitely worth a few loads.
Commodore 16, Plus/4Your Commodore (Aug, 1985)
It is a good, solid sort of game and worth adding to your collection.
Commodore 16, Plus/4Commodore User (Jun, 1985)
Tower of Evil won't provide much of a challenge for the hardened games player. I managed to complete it in about half an hour. The less experienced might get more lasting enjoyment from it.
ZX SpectrumMicroHobby (Dec 11, 1984)
Recomendado para los más hábiles de la casa y para aquellos que estén más acostumbrados a enfrentarse a interminables nubes de enemigos.