Dungeon Master 2 (II): The Legend of Skullkeep

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Dungeon Master II: The Legend of Skullkeep is the sequel to the dungeon crawler role-playing video game Dungeon Master.[1] It was released in 1993 in Japan and in 1995 in other countries.[1] It is available in DOS,[2] Amiga, Macintosh,[3] Mega-CD/Sega CD PC-9801, PC-9821 and FM Towns.

Graphics: There are many graphical differences between the PC and Amiga versions. For example, the title and endgame animations are very different. Items graphics also change: the Amiga version uses many “old” 16 colors graphics from the first Dungeon Master, whereas the PC version has new 256 colors graphics. While the PC-9821 has normal graphics, the PC-9801 version has bad quality dithered graphics.
Credits: The PC version has an animation for credits.
Music: The game music is different in each version of the game: the PC version uses MIDI music (which therefore sounds different on different sound cards), the Amiga version uses MODules, and the SegaCD version uses CD Audio tracks.
Screen layouts: The Macintosh version includes two screen layouts: a normal and a compact layout.

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Dungeon Master II: The Legend of Skullkeep is the sequel to the dungeon crawler role-playing video game Dungeon Master.[1] It was released in 1993 in Japan and in 1995 in other countries.[1] It is available in DOS,[2] Amiga, Macintosh,[3] Mega-CD/Sega CD PC-9801, PC-9821 and FM Towns.

Graphics: There are many graphical differences between the PC and Amiga versions. For example, the title and endgame animations are very different. Items graphics also change: the Amiga version uses many “old” 16 colors graphics from the first Dungeon Master, whereas the PC version has new 256 colors graphics. While the PC-9821 has normal graphics, the PC-9801 version has bad quality dithered graphics.
Credits: The PC version has an animation for credits.
Music: The game music is different in each version of the game: the PC version uses MIDI music (which therefore sounds different on different sound cards), the Amiga version uses MODules, and the SegaCD version uses CD Audio tracks.
Screen layouts: The Macintosh version includes two screen layouts: a normal and a compact layout.

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