About this web site
Dungeon Master and its sequels are computer role playing games developed by FTL —Faster Than Light— (Software Heaven). Back in 1987, Dungeon Master revolutionized the genre as it was the first real time computer role playing game with a 3D view and mouse control. The series includes the following games:
I opened this web site on October 24, 1999, and it is still living because of the support I receive from other fans. It is intended to be as exhaustive as possible, but if you find any wrong or missing information, please E-mail me.
I want to play right now!
The site contains instructions to play any version of the games. Nowadays the easiest way to play Dungeon Master and Chaos Strikes Back is to download and use one of these clones:
Most material on this web site (including games, graphics, manuals, ...) is copyrighted © to FTL Games / Software Heaven, Inc. The talented "Dungeon Masters" who first made the dream come true on Atari ST are Doug Bell (Director), Dennis Walker (Assistant director), Mike Newton (2nd unit director), Andy Jaros (Graphics), and Wayne Holder (Producer). You can find more detailed credits in the screenshots and manuals of each game.
Dungeon Master for FM-Towns: Added full scans
Hint Book - ダンジョン・マスターパーフェクトガイド (Dungeon Master Perfect Guide): Added scans of dust jacket and wrap around band for an earlier edition
Dungeon Master Nexus for Sega Saturn: Added scans of a flyer
Notepaper - Dungeon Master: New page
Hint Book - The Dungeon Master HandBook: Added full scans
You like this web site? Then maybe you can help me make it even better by contributing to it.
Basically, if you have any item, information or software relating to the Dungeon Master series which is not already on this site, then I am interested. Please drop me an E-mail to propose your contributions (scans of magazine articles and reviews, disk images of versions of the game not already available on the site, technical information about the games, cracking information, etc).
For example, I would be interested by an offline copy of the official FTL Games web site that disappeared years ago.
Click the 'Read More' link to view the list of missing content.