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In The Tower of Druaga, players control prince Gilgamesh of Sumerian legend as he ventures from floor to labyrinthine floor of a sparsely decorated castle, attacking enemies with his sword and blocking spells with his shield. Collecting the key and proceeding to the maze exit is the goal of each of the game's 60 levels. In addition, players can perform a specific objective (such as killing a certain number of enemies or opening the exit without killing any enemies) in each level in order to reveal a treasure box containing a special item (such as jet boots or healing potion). Frustratingly, certain treasures are required to beat future levels. Adding to the frustration are tedious gameplay, a wimpy, unreliable sword, and a time limit that makes an already hard game even harder. ~ Brett Alan Weiss, All Game Guide