Dangerous Dave is a 1988 computer game by John Romero. It was developed for the Apple II and DOS as an example game to accompany his article about his GraBASIC, an Applesoft BASIC add-on, for the UpTime disk magazine. The object of the game is to col. See full list on dosgamesarchive.com. Start your freeware download of Dangerous Dave. All Games (167) Action Adventure Arcade Board Puzzle Roleplay Simulation Sport Strategy Utility.
Dangerous Dave Developer: SoftDisk, Inc. Year: 1990 Genre: Arcade Rating: 81% Downloads: 360,176 Size: 95 KB Added: 18 years ago.
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Dangerous Dave was published by Softdisk on a Gamer's Edge Sampler Disk along with Catacomb by John Carmack. The entire disk is free to distribute as long as its contents are unaltered.
Description (by MrFlibble)
Dangerous Dave is a platform game written by John Romero. The objective of the game is to explore the deserted pirate's hideout where Dave's rival, Clyde Cooper, hid ten skateboarding trophies.
On his quest Dave will encounter various monsters, traps and other perils, as well as treasure, useful items and weapons.
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