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Midi Maze
Publisher: Hybrid Arts Inc     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1987

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Genres : 3D / Link-Up / Shoot-em-up

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small ST picture raytraced by Rich Davey 2001

ZZip wrote ...2004-02-12 16:52:16
There was an Atari Expo in my town shortly after this came out, and they had 16 STs linked playing this game. It rocked. Considerably less fun with less STs linked. The most I ever managed was to get 3 peopl linked up.
Alex F. wrote ...2003-03-20 09:43:19
No Comment. The grandfather of all 3D-ego-shooters. And still better than most of the newer ones :)
Casey Monroe wrote ...2003-01-28 19:40:27
"Hang on, let me get this straight...you mean you can link two computers...together? And they can talk to eachother?" Truly one of the most innovative games ever created.
Mickael Pointier wrote ...2001-11-10 12:28:40
Well, the real ancestor of the modern multi player first person shooter is indeed Midi Maze. Before wolfenstein, doom and quake, Midi Maze allow to up to 16 player to play together in a maze shooting at friends until someone reach the frag-limit :) The only drawback was the difficulty to find a room large enough to get 16 atari ST with 16 tv sets considering the midi cables are generaly 2 meters long maximum...