This is, of course, the game that started it all. We will not attempt to tell you about it here. Go to the Dungeon Master Encyclopaedia fo all the information you could want.
A Playfile.log is included which will allow you to watch a complete Dungeon Master game. Simply run the provided “QuickWalkthrough.bat” file.
DM_Windows_x86-32_20151213.zip. You should see:
several playnnn.bat (play Dungeon Master at various window sizes)
QuickWalkthrough.bat (play a movie of complete game)
The linux versions all have a Playfile.log to show a complete game. Simply run the provided QuickWalkthrough.
A Playfile.log is included which will allow you to watch a complete Dungeon Master game. Start CSBwin, press 'Dungeon' to advance to the Prison Doors, and then select 'Misc/Playback' from the menu. If you are impatient to watch six hours of play, you can press 'Escape' to pause and watch another day or you can select 'Misc/Quick Play' from the menu to make the movie play faster.
Download the .zip file. Unpack all the files into a single directory and transfer them to a single directory on the Pocket PC. You should see the following files:
Download the zip file.
Unzip the files into any directory.
See Standard File List for PC-DOS
See Playing games on PC-DOS for general information.
Execute CSBwin.exe. The config.txt provides some additional key mappings. The J, K, L, M, comma, and period can be used for movement. The Q,W,E,R,A,S,D,F,Z,X,C,V can be used for attacking. The 1,2,3,4,5,6 can be used to cast spells. The F1,F2,F3,F4 can be used to select the spell-caster.
CSBwin (Pocket PC)
Execute CSBwinCE.exe. See Playing games on PC-DOS for general information.
None provided here. The World Wide Web is full of reviews and information. Again, the Encyclopaedia is your very best source of information and the Dungeon Master Forum is the place to go to exchange information with people who (like me) are a bit crazy over this game.