Gameplay consists of a myst-like game of "slideshows" but without puzzles to solve, most of the game progresses through dialogue and interaction, so your mission really consists of talking to the right person at the right times. The game features digitized actors as well as multiple endings plus, of course, millions of Devo-related jokes, characters etc.
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We play on a quest and solve puzzles where logic dictates life itself. But not just that, a child will learn the use of magic, use home technology, movement in space, and simple logical thinking. Mysterious Russian soul disturbs and frightens humanity over the past few centuries.
Our hero and it can be anyone will meet with a lot of characters, each of which lifts the curtain of secrecy. It's based on Russian folk tales. You are the King's son, and it just so happens that your mother is seriously ill. To save her, you must find a lot of variety of things and in the end must kill the grass snake Lyuty. With each level, the game becomes more complicated, so we'll have to think more and more. However, the main thing is to carefully read all the cues and take a closer look at the screen. The game contains on disk a solution.
To pass each level, you need to solve the kind of puzzle: poke around, and combined the two things to the next level. By the way, here you can die by accident. In the corner of the screen you have is a dagger, which is gradually covered with rust at the point which is like the vital energy bar in shooters. In a small town by a forest stream, garbage disposal service has gone on strike. It's clear that the "Enviro-Kids" must intervene because shortly is pending an anniversary and everything must be put in order.
Eva, Maik, Sarah and Sasha consider how waste can be avoided. They publish a "garbage Gazette" in which they talk about scandals, but also make proposals for waste prevention. Not all inhabitants of forest stream are impressed by their activities. Packaging waste producer has a lot to hide. At the end, the Enviro-Kids succeed to convince all opponents of the need to avoid waste. This game has very nice graphics in a colorful comic style! German Free Game 1. In this wonderfully funny sequel to the original, we are treated to another one of the great stories to be found on Terry Pratchett's Discworld.
And to our delight, this one is about our favorite character from the original: 'Death'. You see Death is missing. He's decided to "go on holiday" and is sitting on a beach somewhere, sipping those drinks with the cute little umbrellas, because he "likes to travel and meet people"! Unfortunately this has caused all manner of problems in Ankh-Morpork which, of course, had more than its share of problems to begin with, given the melting pot of species who live there and the general low moral tone of the place. But now 'undead' people are piling up in the streets faster than the dead collectors can stack them on the wagons, and they've run out of places to store them.
Otherwise the people will be faced with "the horrible prospect of immortality", and God knows, "no one wants that, now do they? And who better than Rincewind, our favorite little sarcastic and cowardly Wizard. Rincewind, however, isn't too keen for the job, since Death has often offered to go ahead and "reap his soul in passing, just to save time"! And so begins again another delightful tale where opportunities abound for the tongue-in-cheek humor and social commentary of the Pratchett novels, along with all the sight gags and atrocious puns.
The game would be well worth its price for the introductory song alone: an inspired and hysterical parody of Frank Sinatra's song 'That's Life', called 'That's Death'! This 2D, 3rd person, point and click adventure also features again the many-legged 'Luggage' as your inventory, challenging puzzles but not as crazy, this time , lots of new locations and characters, and the wonderful return of Monty Python's Eric Idle as the voice of Rincewind. All sequels should be this good!
Full Demo 61MB uploaded by Scaryfun. Full Demo with ScummVM 1. In this adventure, you play the part of a famous archeologist, Professor Frank Foster. After spending years on what appears to others as nothing more than treasure hunting, you've finally located the hideout of the legendary pirate Silver Eye. Through a chance discovery of an underwater entrance to a deep-sea cavern just as your oxygen supply is running out, your good fortune turns deadly as you embark on a test of survival.
Your adventure will take you deep underground where you'll encounter and fight a legion of creatures in your search for pirate bounty and The Conquest of Silver Eye. Movement is done Myst-style via an on-screen directional arrow that takes you from screen to screen. Interaction with objects is accomplished through a series of command options such as take, put, open, eat, look, use, etc. One of the most obscure adventure games ever made, it's a pretty decent first-person Myst-lookalike adventure game with some interesting puzzles.
Although the game offers the same dead silent, unpopulated-but-pretty-to-look-at gameworld as Myst, the puzzles in Dive are integrated better into the storyline and you actually have an inventory, so that the game feels much less like a big logic puzzle-solving contest than an actual treasure-hunting quest. There are even some combat sequences thrown in where you will need to kill some robots , but they are there mostly just to break the leisurely pace of your exploration.
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Full Demo81MB upped by Scaryfun. Adventure game authored in Macromedia Director puts you in the role of an agent trying to scout and book one of 2 comics. Fail and you're booted to mini-games which you can beat to return to the main game. Gameplay consists mostly of exploring and clicking on people and items in the correct order. Hey babe, you've landed a gig as talent scout for late night hit "The Johnny K. You can make your career by making a star. Hop in the limo and head for the Improv to find the hottest new comic in "The Biz".
Go behind the scenes. Schmooze a little, booze a little, even cruise a little. Try to talk to the right people at the right time: not-so-humble owner Budd Friedman, designated drunk Angela the Agent, Trudy hat check girl and aspiring hand model and other assorted eccentrics. They're all ready to kiss your butt or stab you in the back.
It's Hollywood, what did you expect? Be careful! Poor comic timing gets you flushed to Hell's Basement. Can you keep your hands to yourself in the Gratuitous Sex Room, avoid a wrong turn on the Super Information Highway or beat Shoot The Heckler and make a comic's dream come true? With a lot of strategy and a little luck, a star will be born. No strategy and even less luck? We warned you. Madman is an adventure for Windows 3.
The player takes the role of Philip who is one day awakened by his own double. He has used time travel in order to save the world from a disaster. A mad scientist seeks ransom under threat of release of a lethal virus. Politicians do not meet his demands and the professor executes his plan. Many years later, the remnants of humanity invent time travel technology. The protagonist of the game goes back in time to a period of a few days before the attack in order to save the world. During the adventure the player will move to the Middle Ages to finally get the antidote.
The player constructs commands by selecting an appropriate verb and then combining it with an object or an inventory item. Objects that can be interacted with are highlighted when the player places a cursor over them. By pressing the right mouse button directional arrows appear. They allow the player to move between sites. The right mouse button can also be used for studying objects. The disc version was extended with a stage played in the future in a totalitarian police state between Middle Ages and game's finale.
Czech Full Demo 2. Dracula's Secret is targeted towards kids and young gamers. In the beginning of the game Dracula invites you to explore his castle and its surroundings in order to discover the hidden secret. As you start, you explore the environment around the castle and try to make your way inside.
There are many hurdles on the way, but the main objective is to gain access and find what the secret hidden by Dracula is. The castle is surrounded by many different monsters, a cemetery, a broken bridge. Once inside, you will meet different creatures and will have to solve puzzles. The objective is to find the items that comprise Dracula's Coat of Arms.
The puzzles and obstacles include a range of logic-type problems and a few small games. There are fourteen or fifteen of these, including a couple of mazes, a picture puzzle, a sliding tile puzzle. The game uses a 1st-person perspective and Dracula appears at regular intervals to taunt your progress.
The Hordes from the Land of Nightmares stand ready to attack. But a power hungry lord challenges your status: every Dragon Knight must have his protecting dragon, and yours, Maraach, has disappeared. In your quest to bring back Maraach and to fight for your honour in the sacred joust of the Valley of Dreams, you will venture far and wide through distant lands, encountering the strangest of creatures and facing the most desperate of challenges.
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The Valley is in danger. The Dragon Knights need a strong leader to defend them in a world under siege - are you that person? A dramatic first person view immerses the player in a vivid, surreal realm. There's 20 combat and 10 jousting sequences in real time animation, and over 60 characters and 50 game sets modelled in 3-D: some mysterious, some strange, many dangerous.
Dialogue options with 36 characters, with full voice support by professional actors are also featured. By chance you meet a gorgeous blond girl who is kidnapped by the Count himself, and you, John Hacker, set on a fun yet dangerous quest to rescue her. The story behind Drowned God takes place under the notion that the human race was genetically engineered by god-like aliens that even guided us through history by nudging civilization forward with certain artifacts of power.
Four of those artifacts The Ark of the Covenant, The Philosopher's Stone, The Rod of Osiris and the Holy Grail are now lost and they are the key to unlocking a series of mysteries that somehow tie up practically every conspiracy theory from the Knights Templar to the Illuminati. It is up to you now to gather this artifacts and solve the mysteries as you are sent through time and space from an alternate dimension reminescent of earth. Needless to say the gameplay tends to set the pace for the developing of the super-surreal storyline. Within every new location you'll confront logic puzzles a la 7th Guest which will give you access to new locations, secrets, etc.
The interface itself is more reminiscent of the Myst games, where you move through "slideshows" and click on objects to interact with them. The game's a point-and-click adventure with an interface reminding of the later Sierra adventures. It is greatly improved over the first part as it now uses SVGA screen resolution. The story is set two years after the first. You again play as Karsten who this time has to deal with Neonazis defacing the memorial stone for a long dead, Jewish town mayor.
And some classmate of his seem to be involved as he distributes Nazi computer games In the original Ecstatica, the hero managed to defeat the recently unleashed Devil and his creatures in the small village of Tirich and rescue Ecstatica, the witch-in-training responsible for the whole mess. The two of them journey back to the hero's land only to find that the forces of darkness have brought the fight home.
In his mad quest for power, the evil Archmage has shattered the Elder Sign which governs reality. This has allowed the demons to pass through into this world, slaughtering the people of the surrounding lands or transforming them into brutal killing machines. Upon discovering this news the hero and Ecstatica promptly find themselves kidnapped by the demons.
A mysterious high priestess helps the hero escape and compells him to journey through the demon-infested land to find and re-unite the scattered pieces of the Elder Sign to drive the demons back to their world. However the Elder Sign pieces are guarded by the Archmage's dark sorcerors and their followers, and the Archmage himself holds the last piece as well as Ecstatica captive.
Level Demo 9Mb Download. This one is a wonderfully wild tale of Eek! You won't believe who's really running things out there in Secretland! By clicking from panel to panel you'll view more than 60 animated "hotspots," including simple animations and QuickTime movies taken straight from the two episodes of the television show on which the game is based. By clicking on folders, you'll unlock secrets and other original touches to the story such as a sing-a-long. In the year , humanity managed to conquer the fourth dimension: time.
Time travel becomes so widespread that a danger arises - someone may try not only to learn about the past, but also to alter history.
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Now it is the year The player takes on the role of special agent Dino Szmit and his job is to pursue such time-villains. The adventure begins as the player wakes up after a time travel accident.. Experiment Dolphin is a point and click adventure that allows the player to travel in time to counter a Nazi conspiracy plot. The game takes the player back to the year and beyond. It's based on traditional inventory puzzles, enhanced by the ability to jump not only to another location to find a needed item, but also to a different time.
The few conversations the player will have feature dialog options. Originally an Amiga game in , a playable version for DOS was made with minor changes to the game's scenario. Amiga Screenshots. Polish Level Demo 1. Fable is a decent point-and-click adventure from Telstar that unfortunately got very little notice due to lack of fanfare, limited distribution, and the general slump in adventure game genre. The plot is typical fantasy mumbo-jumbo: you control Quickthorpe, who is tasked with finding the four fabled jewels to restore his land to former peace.
Overall, Fable had a lot of potential that was not quite fulfilled. The dialogue and the ending were disappointing, as was the lack of any real depth to the story. On the other hand, the adventuring components are enjoyable if you like this style of graphic adventure. Experienced players may find it to be a bit too easy, but it's certainly entertaining enough to provide light relief between tougher games and offers a reasonable challenge to players new to the genre. Full Demo 15Mb Fajnegry.
After competing in the TV-show Fort Boyard, you're destined to find Napoleon's treasure, said to be hidden inside the fortress in the Atlantic Ocean, just off the coast of France. With the money earned in the show and a healthy portion of adventurous instinct, you set course to find the treasure! Then you take a dinghy to the fort where there are various rooms to explore like the library, the generator room, the video room, the hospital, the room of the lion's head, and the crypt. There will be a final riddle of the candles to solve. The English version of this game is very rare. Can a television trivia slacker dude prevent a crazed Soviet agent from blowing up Los Angeles with a nuclear bomb?
This question might not exactly beg for an answer, but in Fox Hunt, you'll have a pretty good time trying to figure it out. In this comedy spy thriller, you can teach a guy how to be a spy, but you can't make him cover his mouth when he burps or teach him to speak to women without making sexist or insulting remarks. Luckily, the hero, Jack Fremont, doesn't need to be suave or debonair to make this interactive movie entertaining. With 10 different solutions to the mission and a cast of wacky characters that even includes Elvis, Fox Hunt has enough entertainment value.
Like a serious spy movie, Fox Hunt has beautiful women, double agents, and exotic locations Las Vegas and Colorado to name two When was the last time you saw take a jet-propelled wheelchair ride through a hospital, escape from crossdressing Soviets, or shoot down anvil-wielding Rob Lowe clones while freefalling from 20, feet? Now, that's action. Although it's not particularly violent, when Fremont meets with a fatal accident, you are treated to the sound of his crushing bones or the graceful arc of his body as it flies out of a multi-story building.
The spectacular clarity of the digitized video, due in part to the fact that the original piece was shot in 16mm, and the rocking soundtrack give it the look and feel of an actual movie. It's an interactive movie that merits more than a showing or two. It's silly and amusing but surprisingly well developed and fun to play.
This was amazingly detailed for a German advertising game. This is one that embodies quite good 3D graphics and the characters in the game are real actors. The game is one of the few advertising adventures which are played from the first-person perspective. Brief history: The uncle of Philip Marlau, who you will slip into the role of, is missing after a mysterious car accident. Since this was a very reclusive scientist, there is a lack of starting points for the investigators.
Phillip then decides to get to the bottom of it. Probably the only Pie-in-the-Sky game really suitable for children. You're running through the wood collecting 10 pieces of trash and on the way you free 10 tree-spirits. You will find yourself walking in random directions hoping to step on a goal item. Free Game kb uploaded by scaryfun. This looks to be an interactive exploration in 3D of the historical kingdom of Mu. Divide by Zero more than redeem themselves after the horrendous Orion Conspiracy with this outstanding cartoon adventure that unfortunately got very limited worldwide distribution probably due to the fact that the game was published by little-known Vic Tokai.
Set in Victorian Times, it casts the player as good-natured adventurer Piers Featherstonehaugh, who, along with his manservant Mossop, bid to save the world from the evil Dr Dinsey, who is planning to create an army of mutated soldiers using the Gene Machine and take over the world.
The game is a traditional point-and-click adventure with an intuitive user interface. Click on an item on screen, for example, and you'll be presented with a set of icons, containing appropriate actions for you to take. This may include 'look', 'taste', or 'take' depending upon what the object is. Should you choose 'take', the object will be stuffed into the traditional bottomless pockets that all adventure game characters have. Other features that will make fans of old Sierra games of yore very happy are the score system, which will let you know what percentage of the game you have completed, and conversational topics that allow you to actually ask what you want to know, as opposed to repeatedly clicking on them.
The best part of the game is the wonderful plot that will be familiar to fans of H. Wells' Victorian sci-fi novels, which means it combines scientific innovations and historical anecdotes into a fascinating experience. The game is also huge - it features dozens of characters and locations, as well as Divide by Zero's hallmark of challenging, ingenious puzzles that will stump even the most experienced players.
But it's a joy to play, and it never becomes frustrating or boring. There are a few puzzles that are irritating in a sense that there are insufficients clues about the solutions, but for the most part they are fair. If you're looking for a fun cartoon adventure that is funny, atmospheric, and challenging, you can't go wrong with this.
Full Demo 60Mb Abandonia. WinXP Setup. ISO Demo uploaded by nanette. This is an excellent information-rich adventure game in Chinese. This "comedy"-type game uses a scoring pattern, each operation has a certain amount of points. It's the protagonist of the story's goal to find foster parents, the gold Cross and experience an adventure.
The most important tool is a knife and a magnifying glass. The knife can help a lot, and with the magnifying glass you can see the small print of the painting on the wall with most of the comedy content. So regardless of where you start, these two things are the first you need to find. Funny things come out of his mouth, although not normal and it does not make sense, it can also be quite crazy.
The game style is much like the Legend of Kyrandia series, you can use the mouse to control the leading actor in the scene with "pseudo 3D" way of acting, often with some strange things to get to be used by players which have a rich imagination. This continues the story of where "Eclipse" ends: the brave hero Alex gets rid of the evil magic, the world does not return to calm.
Descendants of Rolls-Royce and Sha Shi continue the battle which has lasted for generations of ancestors. Due to the progress of time, Ehrlich family's rivalry with Sha's family developed from the classic battle of good and evil into clan blood feuds. Two families whose forces are shrinking caused by long years of confrontation. It was release in Chinese, Korean and English versions, however due to insufficient funds, they were unable to penetrate global markets and failed to address regional difference.
This contains an interesting and very high quality cartoon about the adventures of Gulliver in the land of giants, two training programs through which children can playfully take the first steps in the development of the English language, nice coloring musical performance that you can play on a regular CD-player, book with wonderful pictures and two exciting games. The first - a quest where you have to pass all the tests that Gulliver experiences in the country of giants, to solve a lot of mysteries and puzzles. In the second, the player will have to fight with four kinds of different monsters - huge grasshoppers, and gigantic dangerous wasps.
A training program helps children learn the English names of different colors. Displayed on the screen of a painted picture appear the names of colors in English, and the problem for the child is to find them in the picture. Gundam was one of the most successful early instances in Japanese animation - typically referred to as "anime" - to popularize the concept of humans piloting giant man-shaped "mecha," or "mobile suits" into battle. This is an interactive FMV on rails with 4 command options - "attack," "defend," "interact," and "change weapon.
A correct option must be chosen at the correct point in the story to advance. It has some good computer animation and well-crafted mecha fight sequences but gameplay is not that strong. Despite being filmed in live action with western actors, the games voiceovers are a recorded Japanese dub featuring the original cast reprising the voices of their characters. Gustavinho in The game tells the story of a boy who ended up calling a mummy lord and was sent to Ancient Egypt.
To return home, Gustavinho faces various challenges and travels in Europe of Julius Caesar and Africa of the pharaohs. The game begins with a football game in which Gustavinho ends up kicking a ball at an old man sitting on a bench in the square. However, by demanding the ball back, he ends up being rude to the old man, who ends up sending him to Ancient Egypt.
On the "trip", Gustavinho goes into the Pyramid of Giza. After finding the exit, he is tested by a typical merchant on the banks of the River Nile, who helps him, after much grumbling, to enter clandestinely in a boat, which takes him to the Sphinx of Giza. In the sphinx, he goes through more challenges. First, decipher an enigma and get into the heart of the monument. There is a statue of Anubis, the Egyptian god of death. When he leaves the sphinx, he meets the old prophet Nasrudin, essential in the unfolding of the story, for it gives him hints of what he must do to return to his time.
It is then he travels to Cleopatra, who gives him one of Anubis's eyes and helps him to go to the emperor of Rome, Julius Caesar. In Rome, he discovers that Julius Caesar is trying to find his eyes to use it in a time machine that would give him total power over the world, conquering Egypt and other kingdoms vital to his plan.
Gustavinho manages to steal the other eye and return to Egypt in time to warn Cleopatra of the plans of her beloved, who, after wrecking the ships from Rome, gives him his staff to make the time machine work and promises to seal the Sphinx, so that no one can ever get inside. After that, Gustavinho can return to the present times.
In commemoration of the 20 years of the launch, the game was relaunched for mobile devices as Gus in the Esphynx Enigma with English translation and voicovers, HD graphics and new dubbing. The remake lost many of the minigames and cutscenes and had reduced difficulty in some of them. In addition, it gained a help button that indicates the next step to the player.
The basis of the story was kept with adaptations and updated jokes. Hariboy's Quest is a decent point-and-click cartoon adventure game created by Condor Software to promote Haribo candies. Of course, all is not well in the lands of Bonbonia: an evil dragon has destroyed a chest that contains the candy formula. This chest is part of the magic tree, which controls access to other worlds. Luckily, there is a copy of the formula spread across three books, which are in turn scattered throughout the three worlds of Bonbonia: the medieval, wild west, and Roman areas.
Naturally, your goal is to find these books, put them in the chest, and put the chest back into the magic tree. Along the way, you have to deal with pirates who are also after the same formula. Designed primarily for kids, Hariboy's Quest boasts attractive cartoon-style SVGA graphics and a fun cast of characters comprising all of Haribo's advertising mascots. Unfortunately, many puzzles are not easy enough for kids at all - primarily because the game suffers from a bad case of pixel-hunting. You will often have to move your mouse carefully around the screen to find a tiny item say, 3x3 pixel big that is crucial to your quest.
Using items on people is even more exasperating, especially when they are talking. I was stuck several times simply because nothing happened when I used the right item on the NPC - I had to go back and do it several times before something finally happened. If not for the annoying pixel-hunting and clicks-not-registered problems, Hariboy's Quest would have been quite an enjoyable game.
There are over ! Puzzles by and large are logical, and the marketing messages are surprisingly unobtrusive for a promotional title. Overall, Hariboy's Quest is a fun game that is worth a play-through, but you will need a lot of patience and time to deal with its niggling interface problems. During your exploration of Harvest you control Steve, your character, across over locations set in the town and lodge.
The different places feature 3D computer rendered graphics in which digitized characters have been integrated through the blue screen technique. This controversially violent game has many video sequences, a lot of them gruesome. Many special effects were used to provide the viewer with realistic scenes such as when you die electrocuted or shot with a bullet that literally explodes your head and therefore is for mature audiences only.
There are many ways to die in Harvester, but unlike most adventure games, you too can kill other people. There are 21 weapons available in the game ranging from a wrench to a shotgun that you can collect throughout the town and lodge. While it isn't wise to use them during the exploration of the town, they are vital for survival in the lodge. Players have the choice to use violence or instead find another solution to the problem.
Like other adventure games, you can pick up objects and make them interact with people, other objects or mechanisms, which will eventually provide you with new items or accesses to additional locations. The dialogues are controlled by keywords that are selected in a list, where new keywords will be added depending on your previous choices, hence the importance of exploring all the possibilities of the dialogue tree. During the dialogues, you will have a picture of the character you are talking to, as well as yours, displayed in the upper corners of the screen.
You will find a few healing objects in the game to restore your health. For lovers of horror films this is recommended. As a nameless hero, you must scour six different lands in order to find and rescue her. Trendmasters made a line of toys for the blockbuster summer movie hit ID-4 Independence Day.
Included in the ID-4 Independence Day toy line are giant alien figures that activate by sound and motion; alien action figures; movie action hero figures accessorized with battle gear, back packs, spring loaded weapons and armor. Also included are the F fighter jet and an alien attacker ship with four firing missles, two dropping bombs, action sound, lights and a removable pilot. Every action figure and playset comes with a thematically-linked, interactive, IBM compatible "Mission Disk.
Mission Disk 2: Alien Science Officer - you look out of the eyes of an alien science officer preparing the exoskeletal suits of his brethren for the invasion of earth. By analyzing the genes of native animals you'll figure out what will be needed for your soldiers on Earth. The information you'll receive will be recorded in colored crystals. To build the device you have to move these crystals into a device that will check them for cross-compatibility. When you find two crystals that are compatible they will become the same color and be send to build a powersuit.
Mission Disk 6: Technical Expert David Levinson - you pilot a alien space fighter craft as it softens up earth defenses for its mother ship. Using the mouse to move your craft left and right you will fire upon incoming jet fighters by clicking to shoot your deadly ray beam. The goal is to destroy parts of the city beneath you, which can be accomplished by charging your beam, by holding your click, until it is powerful enough to take down bits of cityscape.
However the incoming pilots, while easy to destroy, are numerous, high on ammo, and perfectly willing to use their own fuselages as a weapon against you. But — something is wrong. In a Caesar statue you find a mysterious message from the future. So you know what to do — save the world. First you joined the liberty party — then you have to find the time portal.
With it you travel in the past to Caesar and in the future. Thus changes the present This is an educational adventure game for ages A magic egg fell from the sky. The evil King Pondos took that egg, and used it to cause destruction. Now, it is many years later. King Pondos is dead, and the egg has just hatched. Inside lay a small blue creature that could bring peace to the world. All is not well, however. There are rumors of King Pondos' return; could he have planned this from the start? Each area consists of a group of rooms.
The exit in each area is blocked with a story, which has several words missing. Items within these rooms are clickable, which will say and show the name of the item, display a short animation, and, if the name is used in the story, will give the player the word. Some items will display a puzzle instead. These puzzles may be word searches, tile matching, or other puzzles, and will reward the player with a word.
These words can be used to fill out the story, which, once complete, will allow access to the next area. This is based on a live action movie which was in turn based on a popular children's book. Inside of a young boy's cupboard, the tiny toy figuring native american named Little Bear has come to life. Letting the tiny man guide you through several activities will allow you to bring more toys to life and show your accomplishments on your wampum belt. Some of the available activities include the bead pictures game, where you practice your artistry with carved Iroquois templates and colored beads.
There's also the Music Mimicry game and the Symbols game and several more. Completing all the activities sucessfully opens up a new area, the Bedroom 3-D environment and makes available six different quests. This adventure game features Izzy, the official mascot of the Atlanta Summer Olympics. It teaches about the history of the Olympics by casting kids as Izzy, a creature of unidentifiable species who must explore the five rings of his world and find as many hidden medals as he can. With each medal comes a bit of information about Olympics past, so by the end in theory , kids have learned a lot.
Besides the obvious turn-offs — like the fact that Izzy and every other creature in sight looks like an amoeba — there are more basic problems. It is a less-than-captivating contest, like any game that can be lost through sheer bad luck. The information about the Olympics is presented, on the whole, as brief blurbs of text, neither very educational nor very entertaining.
The high point of the program is a virtual gallery of Olympic posters from the past century. This is a detective noir adventure game with a futuristic setting. The game is one big cinematic drama which plays as an interactive movie think Cyberia. The story takes place aboard a zeppelin ship Lorelei. In human race got the freedom to use the ability to travel back in time, which eventually led to the emergence of crime.
You are a Raizou Narukami, a detective who runs an agency that specializes in space-time crimes. Womanizer at first glance, you are very skilled at what you do, namely in power of observation, reasoning and deduction. You are known as DD short for Dracula Detective because your are a direct descendant of legendary Dracula. Due to your genes, you also exert some superhuman powers and abilities.
The groundbreaking part of the program is the speech recognition technology - "learn the language of the jungle" and you can navigate parts of the game using only your voice and a microphone, which comes packaged with the disc. At key junctures your monkey guide will chatter nonsense like "Ka-Kee," "Aw-Ow-Ow," and "Ja-Kee-Ta," and then challenge you to repeat his syllables if you prefer, the sticky points can be passed using more conventional logic games like Concentration and Simon.
Except for this gimmicky little trick, which does, admittedly, have exciting implications for the future, Jungle Book is just another example of a CD-ROM that has not figured out how to use multimedia. The entire adventure is live-action video, where you make occasional choices and spend a lot of time clicking on "instinct" - little flashes of light that test hand-eye coordination and play excerpts from the Jungle Book movie. The audience for Jungle Book is very young kids, fans of Jason Scott Lee's pectorals, and die-hard gamers who can't wait to see the latest voice-recognition technology.
This advergame is to promote expansion of using nuclear power. In the year , Karl has bought up all energy sources except the old nuclear power plant and captured all the technicians. Now it's the old ailing nuclear reactor's last hope. Of course, the dangers of that industry aren't touched on. Unfortunately, with dumb politicians having outlawed nuclear power a long time ago, nobody knows how to get the plant running anymore. Using a time communicator, teenager Lena sends a plea for help to her past i. Like every male teenager, Philipp can't say no to a girl and so he sets out to find technical documentation about nuclear power.
Discis, publisher of Jewels of the Oracle, offered Karma as a follow-up. Unlike Jewels, which was developed by Eloi, Karma was a production of Chinese multimedia company Interserv. People expecting more of the polish of Jewels were disappointed. Karma, crippled by playback problems in its video and transition segments and consisting of only 15 puzzles, seemed like a classic joke: not very good and such small portions.
That said, what puzzles it offered provided some diverting challenges. Unlike the contemplative and more numerous puzzles in Jewels of the Oracle or Gems of Darkness, half of Karma's puzzles test reflexes as well as wits. And in some of its puzzles, one false move instantaneously resets the puzzle to the beginning. That would no doubt be the "Instant Karma" feature. A patched version of Karma which cured most of the video and playback problems was published three years later by DreamCatcher Interactive under the title Quest for Karma.
A fantasy adventure game spoof - along the lines of Zork but with British Humour. Play as either an unintelligible Green Lizard Guy use subtitles or the token female - who was intended to be humourously overproportioned although now Tomb Raider has raised the standard.
The designers intended for the game to be non-linear, and many NPCs wander around the entire map getting into fights with each other. Entirely comedic - the troubleshooting guide in the manual discusses sexual malfunction. The dialogue trees encourage the player to be abrasive and confrontational - not doing so will cause you to miss out on much of the enjoyment, and many of the puzzles. The game is a parody of J. Tolkien's Middle-earth, as seen in the names of some of the places in the game Rivendull, Minar Tragedy etc.
It was designed by Fergus McNeill who became famous during the eighties for games such as Bored of the Rings influenced by, but not adapted from, the Harvard Lampoon book and The Boggit. Rick Dyer, the creator of 'Dragon's Lair' now housed in the Smithsonian Museum designed this beautiful award winning game. It is a grand and glorious fairytale: an epic quest reminiscent of Tolkien that can be enjoyed by both adults and children.
It's a revised version of the arcade game Thayer's Quest. In this adventure game, step into the shoes of Lathan Kandor, a young boy, to defeat the evil Black Wizard. Lathan will find help from his mentor, the mighty magician Daelon. Explore the fantasy lands of the Far Reaches and retrieve three of the five pieces of the ancient relic called The Hand of Mobus. Talk to a variety of characters, collect objects and solve adventure type problems and puzzles. It features mouse control, video animations, cartoon-like graphics, an in-game travel map and original music which can be turned off if desired.
This is a 3rd person, point and click game with inventory your pouch. It is set in a wonderful Medieval- looking world of enchanted castles and forests, wizards and magic. The story is engrossing, the voices are great, and the music is stirring. And the graphics are absolutely astounding: Disney-quality flawless animation with over 57, hand-painted animation cells! The feeling is one of being in the middle of an interactive movie in the theater.
The story was continued in another game called Kingdom Book 2: Shadoan. This is in the style of realistic detective puzzle game. Time is Japan's Showa thirty-three years in Tokyo Suginami where there is known a secret slope of trails, a street where is located an old mansion. It was once dazzling, but now it's desolate and dilapidated. It bears a strange chilling mystery, because this building is said to house Chinese male homeowners who eight years ago misteriously disappeared. A known gangster in the city of Chicago has managed to seize a mask of mythological origin.
With it, he intends to use it to control the city and after that, the whole world. You are a regenerated gangster band member and you must find and destroy the mask before them. This was one of a series of titles in the Game Movies Collection by the developer. It consisted of four titles, each dedicated to a different genre fantasy, action-adventure, horror and comedy , and composed of two CD-ROM, an adventure game, and an interactive reference work which included a history of years of cinema for each genre. The second game Cliff Johnson Fool's Errand designed for Phillips Interactive is virtually identical to Merlin's Apprentice, with ancient Greek myths as the backdrop this time instead of Arthurian legends.
The game's premise is that you have been sentenced to death for stealing from Hera, Queen of the Gods. The only way to freedom lies in the twisted path of the Labyrinth of Crete. Each turn presents new puzzles, angry gods and goddesses, and deadly monsters to thwart your attempt at escape. Puzzles here will be familiar to anyone who has played Merlin's Apprentice.
There are some action puzzles that require you to click on objects that float by, several logic puzzles that involve moving objects into a certain configuration using only a few types of movements, and word puzzles requiring deciphering some encrypted sentences. The game has three difficulty levels which can be set on a puzzle-by-puzzle basis and changed during the game. And, like Merlin's Apprentice, the state of partly finished puzzles is not saved when you close your game.
The logic puzzles, naturally, present the most challenge, although some of them can be quite hair-pulling at hardest difficulty level. The bottom line is that anyone who likes Merlin's Apprentice will love this because they are virtually the same game, although Labyrinth has a more interesting plot, cutscenes, and arguably higher educational values since there is a lot of information about Greek mythology. Not Cliff's best work by far, but is still very, very good. Allegedly Korea's first interactive animated movie, this tells a story of basketball, courtyard rivalries and kidnappings.
Aside from the occasional multiple choice decisions, there are "playable" basketball sequences in the game, but they're completely menu based. Most of the time, it's just a matter of watching the movie play out, though. It runs in Windows 3. This results in an image that's much more crisp than contemporary FMV games, but the animation is really choppy.
This is an epic sci-fi masterpiece by the author of the popular Unnkulian Unventure shareware series. Legend takes the Unnkulian Universe far into the future, where, despite mankind's technological advances, the threat of the evil Unnkulians still lurks. This time, their sinister plan is subtle: a deadly computer virus that threatens the whole galaxy. You are Gavin Kelly, a grad student in computer science at Akmi Yooniversity who discovered this new threat and, naturally, must find help to defeat it. Despite this cliche-sounding beginning, the plot Legend soon evolves into a wonderful tale of nature-versus-technology conflict that is by turn thought-provoking and funny.
David Baggett's games are known for elaborate room descriptions, and Legend takes this strength to a new level. Game locations are not only well-written, but are so detailed that you can almost visualize the frenzied crowds at the Barfee outlet, or be disturbed by the descriptions of New Hell and the Watchmen. As you meet new characters, long multiple-screens of text appear to not only introduce them but move the story forward. Lengthy cutscenes i.
Anyone who likes to examine every object in the game can spend literally dozens of hours with Legend, marvelling at the plethora and depth of writing, including many extensive footnotes on the stranger objects in the Unnkulian universe. The puzzles in Legend range from the average, to the almost impossible.
Thankfully, the game offers a progressive hint system to help break those mental blocks. There are still some puzzles you must solve on your own, but those are quite easy to figure out. All puzzles require manipulating technology one way or the other, and most of your time will be spent in figuring out the uses for the many strange gadgets you can pick up.
Although some objects are red herring, you'll enjoy playing with them on the way to hitting on the solution. This is a masterpiece in every sense of the word. The game broke new ground in adding many "cinematic" scenes to the usually dry world of IF, and imbuing its characters with lifelike agenda and personality although unfortunately many characters are left unexplained or not fleshed out-- perhaps intentionally to leave room for sequels.
With a great story, a coherent, detailed gameworld, and many wry humor and abundance of sci-fi trinkets, The Legend Lives! Full Demo IF Archive. This game in the popular comic adult adventure series featured more fleshed-out, cartoon style graphics and full voice acting. It was the sixth installment due to the fourth game never being completed.
It was the last Larry game created by Al Lowe. After many of the Larry games had gained a reputation for not actually featuring all that much raunchy content when analysed, this installment included some much more risque elements. It was the first game since the third to pick up immediately where its predecessor left off; typically, it features Larry getting dumped by the woman who represented the ultimate goal of Larry 6, Shamara.
The formula was much the same as the previous games: the "twist" was that Larry was a passenger on a cruise ship populated by parodies of famous people. Various other pop icons were parodied in the background, such as the Archie Comics gang playing nude volleyball, various incarnations of James Bond in the ship's casino, a Sierra staffer dressed as Sailor Moon, and porn icon Ron Jeremy walking around naked. The plot revolves around Larry's attempt at winning a weekly contest held on the ship by Captain Thygh, a gorgeous blonde.
The player must come up with a variety of ways to cheat in each of Larry's assigned competitions so that he can get the highest score and win the contest. Among Larry's chosen competitions are a cooking contest, a "best dressed" contest, a game of horseshoes, bowling, the sexual prowess contest and others.
It was also the first Larry game to include a full-fledged minigame: by collecting hidden red-and-white-striped dildos, the player could unlock high quality pin-up desktop wallpapers of the ladies in the game. Players could also "appear" in the game by placing voice samples of selected dialogue and a digitized photo in a particular directory the default was Al Lowe.
ISO Demo upped by Egon This is an interactive graphic novel and reference guide to the Primortals comic book series. It includes background notes on the series, interviews with Leonard Nimoy, conceptual art showing the evolution and backgrounds of the major characters and information on the SETI Project Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence.
Players can experience the graphic novel as one of four characters in this tale of first contact with alien life, co-presented by renowned scientist and science fiction writer Isaac Asimov. Characters include Primaster, the Majae leader whose people removed the dinosaurs from Earth long ago and helped them evolve into the Primortals and Zeerus, a Primortal rebel who believes the Majae imprisoned his people and now wants to conquer Earth. The other two are Stewart Davies, a graduate student working for SETI who finds and translates the mysterious signal from Zeerus and Jess Rossini, his girlfriend and a psychology student, who later becomes a friend to many of the Primortals.
The graphic novel tells the story of how Zeerus escaped imprisonment by the Majae, why he headed for Earth and how Primaster and the other Primortals came in search of him. It also deals with why and how Davies and Rossini got involved in the action. The comic includes animation, sound and music to complement the interactive experience of reading about humanity's "first contact" with aliens who descended from dinosaurs.
Primortals cranks up gorgeous 2-D artwork with cushy multimedia embellishments: Graphic frames cohere in a fluid, and an animated slide show is accompanied by a groovy techno-pop soundtrack. This one is based on the popular Fox Saturday-morning cartoon from the mids, Life with Louie: Lake Winnibigoshish lets you relive an episode of the series by means of an interactive comic book. Witness the humorous antics of Louie and the Anderson family as you click from frame to frame through over 60 animated "hotspots.
The story centers on the Andersons' trip to Lake Winnibigoshish for a vacation. Will Louie be able to fit in with the cool kids and avoid the annoying girl that likes him? Will his father be able to catch the lake's legendary Huskie Muskie? Lighthouse is in many ways the most straight-forward Myst clone of them all. Released only shortly after Myst's success became apparent, Sierra gave us one of the more dedicated games in this genre. The quality of the graphics and the technology used, is on par with Myst mostly, but seems slightly outdated today.
Basically, the player is a writer who has retreated to small seaside town to get some peace and quiet in preparation for a new story. In his stay in the town, he has befriended the keeper of a nearby lighthouse, which becomes apparent to the player by perusing the various correspondences lying around the starting location the player's house. On a dark and stormy night what a terrible cliche he gets a distressed phone call from the lighthouse keeper, saying that his baby daughter is somehow in peril, and that the player's assistance is urgently needed. In October of , the formula for a new and extraordinarily powerful explosive disappeared from the Ministry of Defense.
Sherlock's brother Mycroft, an eccentric but influential government servant, launched an official though secret inquiry into the theft, but his effort was thwarted. Just before asking Sherlock to undertake an independent investigation of the theft, Mycroft was seriously injured in an explosion that leveled the Diogenes Club. Sherlock, believing his brother had been victimized by a random gas leak, retired disconsolate to B Baker St.
Watson, with a little luck and much effort, managed to reanimate his friend by posing one critical question: "What if the explosion that injured Mycroft had not been an accident? Sherlock, for the first time in his career, acknowledged that his motivation was something other than a desire for justice. With single-minded ferocity he pursued, cajoled, questioned, and confronted suspects from smug Mayfair to the pitiful and dangerous East End. Gradually, through observation and deduction, he developed a picture of a huge criminal enterprise initiated by a masterful adversary.
To penetrate this perilous conspiracy and frustrate its intent he solved several capital crimes. Holmes applied his customary courage, acumen, and intelligence to these daunting tasks. In so doing he quashed a potentially volatile international incident, defended the national security, protected the honor of the royal family, exonerated the innocent and delivered rough and swift punishment to the guilty. The shocking and surprising resolution of the case made it necessary to seal Watson's precious account for years. John H. Watson and the sequel to The Case of the Serrated Scalpel.
Accompany Holmes as he sets foot in 50 locations and interacts with 90 characters. All the characters are costume and speech specific to Victorian London. One night, Emily dreamt a horrible nightmare. In the dream, her classmate Maria is abducted by dreadful evil spirits and asking her to help. Maria has disappeared since then. Emily goes to Kuronuma Mansion, which she saw in the dream. Trendmasters made a line of toys for the Tim Burton movie Mars Attacks!
The 4 inch figures only come in a blue box comic book variety. None of these talk but all three come with a Mars Attacks Mission Disk. The blue box comic book Doom Saucer and the orange box movie Martian Flying Saucer also contained one of the three mission disks. Based upon Ray Bradbury's "The Martian Chronicles" series of stories, this game puts you on the red planet as a nuclear war is brewing on earth. You are instructed to find an ancient relic hidden in the ancient martian city of Xi, which could mean earth's salvation.
Also you must find out what happened to the other five persons that went looking for it before you, and keep yourself alive by collecting a series of crystals that power your suit. You proceed through the game via Myst-like slideshows, and you have to solve a series of logic puzzles to advance through the game. Included as an extra are a series of video interviews of Bradbury plus readings of some of the first "Martian" stories. The sorcerer Merlin is not only involved in mystical but also in physical things and journeys to other dimensions.
One bad day he met the wizard of the fairyland. Since the two didn't particularly like each other, it finally came to a conflict ending with the fragmentation of Merlin's magic wand. The single parts were hidden in different dimensions - and Merlin's power was lost. A millennium later a boy coincidentally finds a dimension machine on the attic of his Grandpa: The hunt for the parts of the magic wand can begin. The latter takes place when important conversations are lead or viewing special items.
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