5. Black Tiger
In Japan, it is known as “Black Dragon”. Black Tiger is developed by by Capcom last 1987 under the program of Imo Akapa. Ernest Cline admits that this is his favorite video game on his childhood.
The game is played by a barbarian hero that jumps his ways to levels full of enemies. He also collect coins and other items to build up a more powerful character. The player should maintain the vitality bar up before a level is completed. Bosses from each level varies and dragons awaits the hero starting from level 5.
In Ready Player One, this game was performed on a 3D stimulation in order to conquer the Jade Gate. Afterwards, the winner will receive a robot equipment of his/her choice.
Being one of the first interactive fictional computer games, Zork was written on 1977–1979 using the MDL programming language on a DEC PDP-10 computer. The game is made up of entirely computer texts without any graphics. However, the game can understand more sophisticated commands compared to Dungeons of Daggorath.
The gameplay revolves around retelling a story of an adventurer from a lowly peasant house. As the game progresses, he/she will encounter monsters and enemies. The ultimate goal is to accomplish the quest of a treasure hunt that lies within a dangerous dungeon.
The game exists in Ready Player One at planet Frobozz, but it represented in 3D. At last the author made it sure that the graphics on the game is not only limited in our imagination. Upon completion of the game, the OASIS player obtains the jade key by blowing the Cap’n Crunch whistle.
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