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The Eye of the Beholder
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Description
An as yet unfinished version of the Eye of the Beholder game, re-adapted for Legend of Grimrock.

In case that isn't clear, I should stress it again; This is an UNFINISHED mod, meaning there is alot more to come and that there will be far more. I and my team would love to be able to work on this full time, and get paid to do it, but, this mod is being done soley out of a love of the original, and as a hobby, meaning that jobs, college, and things of that nature do take priority.

This mod should only be played oldschool. In-engine maps are for pansies.

The hand-drawn images will eventually be integrated into a full series of cinematics; credit goes to Calibretto ( Jakub Rejlich) for the EXCELLENT work; This work is not to copied or recreated for any purpose excepting private use.
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Changelog

1.7 - Coming soon!
1.6 - Fixed crashing issue on loadup, swapped out secret doors for improved ones, appropriate to the wallset.
1.5 - Improved wallset, implemented scripting for automatic equipment on start.
1.4 - Added wallset, implemented scripting for 1st floor "Secret Quest"
1.3 - Dungeon sealing issue resolved.
1.2 - Improved 2nd floor puzzles, added illusory walls
1.1 - Implemented 1st floor door puzzle, secret doors, and second floor puzzles.
1.0 - Early map design, level 1 - 3 designed, but not accessible.
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Credit To -

Nicholas Hadrian - Project Lead and Level Design
Kellfa - Level Design
Wolfen - Graphic Design
Morothar - Scripting
Korvemedmos - Scripting
Macabre Matt - Scripting
TicoKing - Rigging and Scripting
Addest - Character Skinning and Music Design
Raven Blade - Animation
777eza - Character Modelling
Calibretto - Cinematics Artist

The Almost Human Team, for developing Legend of Grimrock, without whom this would not be possible,

TSR, Dave Arneson and E. Gary Gygax for creating Dungeons and Dragons and inflaming the imaginations of nerds for decades to come,

Ed Greenwood and his alter ego Elminster for introducing us all to the Realms,

Strategic Simulations, for publishing the great game this mod is based on,

And of course, the wonderful teams at Westwood Studios for developing the codifier of the Dungeoncrawler genre, Eye of the Beholder!
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Squanto Jan 8 @ 2:44pm 
Hope this mod isn't dead! The previous coments make me think it is though...
Isseth Oct 16, 2014 @ 10:32pm 
I just installed Legend of Grimrock and saw this mod on the workshop. I certainly hope it's not dead!
Harrada Oct 3, 2014 @ 4:05pm 
So is this mod dead? Last updated 2012...
LuiLama Aug 28, 2014 @ 9:40am 
Бехолдеры! Уху! Подземелья из ГМиМ3 офигенны! Уху!
lanatirXP Jul 26, 2014 @ 2:40am 
So...the mods around for nearly 2 years now and you managed to do the first two levels. I appreciate your work, but if you keep it up like that you will be done....around 2030.
Teeth of Busey Jul 8, 2014 @ 4:07am 
Wow this looks like a TON of work. I'd pay up to $1!!
gast7 Jul 3, 2014 @ 2:01pm 
There is a problem with the monsters, many seems to be stocked in some areas, for example some can enter in others corridors o places which are totally open and without doors. That's make the game easier...
Raz Jun 27, 2014 @ 10:11am 
Are you guys planning to do all three of the games?
Kharnivore2099 May 20, 2014 @ 1:32pm 
3 unfinished projects and a lot of people pissed that there isn't a full version to play. The first thing i thought when i heard about the workshop was Eye of the Beholder and I'm glad others thought the same.

If only EA hadn't bought over Westwood eh? I'm sure the last thing they give a shit about is a remake of a much loved Dungeon Crawler
Neco the Sergal Chef May 10, 2014 @ 4:15pm 
What snafu said. I'd completely argue and say the Westwood version that I played on my Amiga computer was -THE- absolute version. Sounds/music and visuals were the best ;o