Reply 1 of 3, by doogie
ha! I have this game on 3.5 floppy, but I can't remember exactly how I got it; I'm reasonably certain it originated in a retail box.
Aaaanyway - it was an..interesting attempt at trying to outdo other spacesims like Wing Commander, X-Wing, etc at the time. The FMV was pretty awesome but totally freaked me out as a kid - a giant-cricket-type-thing bursting out of a woman's back was total nightmare fuel for me at the time. The gameplay itself was pretty boring, and the cutscenes between missions have the cringe factor maxed out. Definitely an example of DOS gaming at its "best" in 1992.
Reply 2 of 3, by derSammler
franpa wrote on 2020-04-24, 09:44:
Is anybody here interested in this software? I assume it's basically a video game demonstration for a video card.
It was a retail game and as such, you can not provide it here for download.
Wonder why you ask anyway? I guess that game isn't any harder to find than others from that era.
Reply 3 of 3, by franpa
We just happened to have acquired it, with the box and it seemed pretty old so I thought I'd ask if someone needed it for something important. Like if it could help reverse engineer something or some such. If the game is readily available online we'll just toss it.
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