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Dark Chambers 


I am extremely thankful we had enough money to purchase the Atari Collection 2 on the Evercade system. One of the interesting games included on that cartridge collection is Dark Chambers. The name sounded vaguely familiar to me. I am not sure if I played this Atari 2600 video game back in the day or not. Dark Chambers has set levels the player must work their way through.

I am not sure if the levels stay the same with each game play or not in Dark Chambers. I do know we walk around two screens. We must find the exit. Many times in the levels within Dark Chambers we must find the key to unlock the door. We shoot the enemies to change them and eventually make them poof out of existence. This is the violent content within Dark Chambers.

We can shoot objects within Dark Chambers to have them transform as well. Say there is a skull sitting on the ground in one of the rooms for example. We shoot that skull and it might turn into a key. We can also shoot bad food that will hurt us and take away health if we walk over it. Dark Chambers is definitely an early and retro role playing video game. It does fit under the action role playing game umbrella more than just a regular role playing video game.

Graphically Dark Chambers looks like an Atari 2600 video game. The blocky graphics, quiet game play, and limited actions show the system of origin. I actually did enjoy playing Dark Chambers though. Dark Chambers does not explain why we are searching through this area. I am not sure if this is a castle or something else in Dark Chambers. We are going through the levels in Dark Chambers alphabetically.

Dark Chambers is an interesting idea for that system. I am very thankful to have been able to play it on the Evercade. I hope Evercade continues to release cool older retro games like Dark Chambers in the near future. Historical gamers can find something of interest in Dark Chambers. I feel some concepts within Dark Chambers that remind me of other games like Gauntlet for example.
- Paul


Graphics: 65%
Sound: 65%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: Atari 2600/Evercade
Publisher: Atari
Developer: Atari
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated

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