3-Demon, commonly regarded as the very first progenitor of the 90s first-person shooters, is a surreal, wireframe-3D Pac-Man clone in which you have to move through a maze, collect points and occasionally take items which will allow you to kill enemy monsters (ghosts) instead of them killing you.
After having cleaned the level of a certain percentage of points, you have the option to move to another level immediately by pressing the down key, where the monsters are smarter and move faster.
One of the first 3D games I played on the computer. It's actually a Pacman clown but instead of viewing topdown, you see the field from Pacman's persepctive.
It's Pac-Man in 3D - simple as that :) I guess you know that concept - eat pills avoid the ghosts unless you've eaten one of the big magic pills and can chase the ghosts. All is pretty fun, the game is solidly programmed (in Pascal - a bonus-point in my eyes ;) ) - and well, 3D is a modern thing, isn't it? Hehe...
3-Demon is a 3D version of the once popular PacMan. You collect "Food Dots" and occasionly collect "Power Pills" which enable you to eat the roaming ghosts. You get points for collecting Food Dots and Eating Ghosts, once all food dots are eaten you are taken to the next level. There are also 9 difficulty levels which should provide you with a challenge. The game ran perfectly in Windows 98 so there is no need to go to DOS to play it or use MoSlow or other CPU slowing utils.
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