Your fate, in this game, seems to have arisen by the unfortunate use of the phrase 'Go to Hell'. You must have cursed someone, a person near and dear to you, with the result that they actually went to Hell. Now you must follow, and rescue them.
The game takes the form of a complex maze. The walls are ' built ' from such strange graphics that one can get lost following the same wall from screen to screen. To rescue the person you cursed you must scour the maze looking for seven crosses; only a complete collection allows you to escape. The search for the crosses is hazardous, riot least because contact with the walls and all stationary objects rapidly drains the life force from you, and once drained you will have to re-start from the beginning.
Your energy will also be depleted when you are hit by one of the wide variety of gruesome objects being hurled at you by an even larger collection of gruesome creatures anything from large hairy spiders to mad headless monks. Your only defence against these creatures is a well aimed mini-cross, and a direct hit will replenish your energy a touch. In this nightmare world you will be distracted by the horrible events taking place around you; heads being crushed, victims on the racks, heads being sawn through and masses of other equally revolting scenes.