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Deadly Towers

Deadly Towers (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Adventure
Developer: Irem
AKA: Mashou (JP)

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Staff Reviews

Deadly Towers review

Reviewed October 18, 2007

Rob Hamilton says: "It just isnít fun to take novice hero Prince Meyer through corridors littered with non-threatening bouncing slime-like things ó only to unexpectedly get whisked away to a maze loaded with animal-headed humanoids capable of disemboweling him with one hit. Itís really not fun to have to run aimlessly through these places in hopes that youíll get lucky and find the exit before something kills Meyer. And itís REALLY REALLY not fun to actually escape one of these places, only to blunder into another 15 seconds later."
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Reader Reviews

Deadly Towers review

Review date unknown

sgreenwell says: "If you're one of those sick individuals who likes to play the worst games of a system and then worship them as if they were great, then Deadly Towers might actually appeal to you."
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