Other (objects, etc.) concept

Features humorous quips or references written on tombstones as epitaphs. Likely things the authors couldn't fit anywhere else but didn't want to discard them.


Name variations: Gravestones, Headstones

Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1989-12-22
Final Fantasy Origins (PlayStation)
PS1 2003-04-08
Heirs to Skull Crag (MS-DOS)
DOS 1993
Pinball Quest (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1989-12-15
Ghosts 'n Goblins (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1986-06-13
Baldur's Gate (Windows)
WIN 1998-12-21
The Maze of Galious (Linux)
LIN 2002
Hydlide (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1986-03-18
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition (Windows)
WIN 2013-01-16
Sacred 2: Fallen Angel (Windows)
WIN 2008-10-15
Sanitarium (Windows)
WIN 1998
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (Nintendo Entertainment System)
NES 1988-12

The first video game about Tombstones was released in 1984.

T&E Soft, Beamdog and Muteki Corporation has published most of these games

This should be renamed to `epitaphs´, but somehow exclude death messages that serve the same purpose for the player character when they die.

Parent groups

Tropes, UVL: Tags that may need renaming


Linux 17
NES 12
Windows 10
Mac OS Classic 2
PS 2
BeOS 2
Famicom Disk System 2
X360 2
PS3 2
C64 1
Tandy Coco 1
NEC PC8801 1
Mac OS X 1
MSX2 1
NEC PC6001 1
PS Vita 1
PS4 1
Sharp X1 1
MICRO 7 - FM7 1
NEC PC9801 1
Apple II E 1
Atari 400/800 1

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