Descent to Undermountain Cheat Codes: ----- Submitted by: Alex Burness E-mail: Code Effect ----- hometaser - If typed at stats screen gives you 18 for all shrinkiwannakill - If typed in game gives you ultimate sword mesmart - if typed in game gives you all spells and all spell scrolls - good for money Tarrasque. According to experts, extreme trauma often results in multi-character development. It was by designed by Chris Avellone who would later go on to work on Baldur's Gate, Planescape: Torment, and several other well received computer RPGs. This special evaluation copy of DESCENT TO UNDERMOUNTAIN has been issued to: %s NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION Continue EVALUATION COPY. Descent to Undermountain is a role-playing video game developed and published by Interplay in 1998. It is set in the campaign world of the Forgotten Realms from TSR, specifically Undermountain beneath the city of Waterdeep. PaulaMigrate Member Posts: 1,201. Originally announced in 1995 (shortly after the release of the original Descent), Descent to Undermountain was supposed to be an RPG powered by the Descent engine and with a strong focus on multiplayer (namely, co-op play). This was, in fact, never released, much to the complaint of gamers prior to the final release date: ( level_num - NUM_SHAREWARE_LEVELS >= 0 ) && ( level_num - … Developed by Interplay, Descent to Undermountain is a 3D-based RPG that uses the AD&D 2nd Edition ruleset. November 2017 edited November 2017. Descent to Undermountain is a role-playing video game developed and published by Interplay in 1998. Also in the exe file is some clue about a possible shareware version. Descent to Undermountain is a very disappointing and buggy first-person RPG from Interplay. Descent to Undermountain is a computer role-playing game created and distributed by Interplay in 1997.It was developed by Chris Avellone, Scott Bennie, John Deiley, Robert Holloway, and Steve Perrin.The game is based on the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, which was published at the time by TSR, Inc..Programmers were Andrew Pal, James Gardener, Robert Holloway and Chris Farenetta. What the hella is Descent to Undermountain? Other than a decent plot set in the popular Forgotten Realms (AD&D) universe and using the same engine that powers the hit Descent series, this game is botched in just about every other aspect. Share on Google+ Share on Twitter Share on Facebook. The stone belly of Undermountain below Waterdeep, plays home to horrific monsters, dark magics and unspeakable evils in the first AD&D action RPG game to offer multi-character development--Descent to Undermountain.