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  • ...and uses its 2nd Edition rules. Unlike the previous installments developed by Westwood, ''Eye of the Beholder III'' was developed internally at Strategic ...ESOP'', programmed by [[John Miles]]. It functions similar to the previous games, except resting isn't in realtime (where enemies move as the party rests),
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  • ==Games== | Arranger = {{Arranger|Brian Doe}}
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  • '''''Piano Sonata No. 2 In B-flat Minor''''' (Op. 35) was composed by Frédéric Chopin. Most of the work was composed in 1839, but the third mov ==Games==
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  • ...n music. He started working on composing and programming [[Intellivision]] games. When the [[Commodore 64]] came out later, he stopped working on Intellivis Lieblich used the [[Visual Concepts]] sound engine which was created by [[Jason Andersen]] and [[John Schappert]]. It is unknown how he created the
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  • :''For other games in the series, see [[Dungeons & Dragons]].'' ** '''Uncredited Sound Effects:''' {{Credits|Brian Lowe}}
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