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Wizard of Wor is a classic arcade game released in 1980 by Midway. The game was designed by Dave Nutting and was one of the first games to feature simultaneous cooperative and competitive gameplay.
In the game, players control a warrior who must navigate through a maze-like dungeon, shooting various monsters to earn points. The game features a unique AI system where the enemies will adapt and become more aggressive as the player progresses through the game. The game’s primary mode is a two-player cooperative mode, where the players must work together to defeat the monsters. However, there is also a competitive mode where the two players compete for the highest score.
“Wizard of Wor” was one of the first arcade games to feature digitized speech, with the game announcing “Wizard needs food, badly!” when the player’s character was low on health. The game was well-received upon its release and is still considered a classic today, with many arcade enthusiasts still enjoying it in retro arcades and on home consoles through various ports and emulations.
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