Ken's Labyrinth is a first-person 3D shooter. The protagonist has to escape from an underground labyrinth populated by monsters while trying to rescue his dog Sparky. The game plays similarly to Wolfenstein 3D and involves the protagonist traversing colorful maze-like areas, shooting monsters on the way with exotic weapons such as a bubble-gum gun. The game's stand-out feature are interactive elements: there are vending and slot machines in the stages which the player can interact with, as well as breakable walls.
Ken's Labyrinth is a first person shooter with a similar engine to Wolf3d. The game was created by Ken Silverman (The creator of the Duke3d Build Engine) when he was 18. Ken's Labyrinth is pretty entertaining, though it does have bad graphics.
Your goal is to find your puppy and escape the labyrinth. The game spans over three episodes. You will encounter many enemies, and cool objects like soda machines (used to buy items) and slot machines (to gamble your money). There are cool features like money, interactive objects, and listening to Ken TALK!
The graphics as previously stated are not the best. The sprites are drawn O.K. Some, though, look really weird, like the bubble gum shooter. It looked like a piece of meat to me!
The sounds are mainly Ken yelping and saying things like "Good Job!" when you beat a level. The music is really cheerful and addictive, one of the pros to Ken's Labyrinth.
Ken's Labyrinth is a great game for those who are bored.
A horrible 3D game from Ken Silverman, wonderboy creator of Build Engine, the groundbreaking engine behind 3D Realms' Duke Nukem 3D-- arguably the first game that posed a serious threat to id's DOOM as the king of FPS genre. The plot: escape from an underground labyrinth while trying to rescue your dog and save the world at the same time. While Ken's humble beginnings are more or less-well, humble, his knack for level design and real-world physics is evident. Unfortunately, the god-awful graphics (which are even worse than Catacomb Abyss) and hackneyed monsters make it very hard to see that talent. Hardcore FPS players will recognize some wall textures from Pixel/Future Crew, and an engine that is remarkably similar to id's hit Wolfenstein 3D. Overall, a pretty bad shooter that you should try only if you want to see what early an Ken Silverman is like before all the brouhaha about Duke Nukem 3D. The game used to be sold as shareware by Epic, but Ken has recently released it as freeware on his website-- for better or worse.
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