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Game #4841
Hall of Belated Fame Inductee  Elevators from Hell    View all Top Dogs in this genreCollection: Fanmade Remakes
Action   Arcade

Rating: 8.28 (7 votes)

Elevators from Hell box cover

Elevators from Hell screenshot
Elevator from Hell is a great fanmade PC version of Taito's underrated coin-op classic Elevator Action. Similar to the arcade version, the game is difficult, frustrating, and addictive. Your goal is to collect all the tokens from seven floors in a building, then make your way to the exit on the first floor. You can use elevators on both ends of the floor to move between floors - but the robo-guard which is hunting you down can also use them. The game is not as difficult as Elevator Action because you only need to avoid one robo-guard, as opposed to dealing with enemies that pop out from closed doors. But it is still challenging, since the robo-guard is 'intelligent' enough to wait until you select the next destination, to choose that same floor to intercept you. Controls are very easy - just use the number keys - and the graphics is amateurish but adequate. All in all, a nice oldie coffee break game that still retains all the charm over a decade later.

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: John Shramko
Developer: Freeware
Publisher: Freeware
Year: 1992
Software Copyright: John Shramko
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Elevator, Jumpman Lives!, Teppoman

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