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Psycho Killer

Psycho Killer

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

One of the plethora of multimedia video-streaming games that came out upon the advent of the CD-drive, Psycho Killer casts the player into the role of an unnamed male protagonist, who was one day driving through the countryside on a cold autumn day, and suddenly saw an escaped killer chasing a woman. Now the hero must figure out a way to find the killer and stop him. Psycho Killer is an adventure game with the interaction restricted to "jumping" from picture to picture, occasionally clicking on the screen in order to find objects that are possible to interact with. As in other interactive...

Psycho Killer

Psycho Killer

Commodore CDTV - Released - 1992

Psycho Killer is a graphic action-adventure game released by On-Line Entertainment in 1992 for the Commodore CDTV. The game involves an unnamed protagonist going on a quest in order to save a woman from a murderer, and to save himself. The graphics for the game were created using digitised still photographs that were taken in the suburbs of London. Gameplay of Psycho Killer is restricted to a point-and-click interface, such as clicking certain arrows to go their respective direction. There are multiple times in the game where the player must respond promptly to a quick time event in order...

Town With No Name

Town With No Name

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

Congratulations! You have been personally selected from literally thousands at possible candidates to experience “The Town With No Name". The silvery round thing enclosed (what we in the trade refer to as a ‘compact disc‘ should be handled carefully by its edges and placed within your favourite disc caddy. The procedure for loading the caddy into the machine is detailed in your manual (remember, the book-shaped thing you threw away when you first unpacked your CD-ROM?). Once you have the CD disc in the CO-ROM you will be faced with a sign listing 3 possible options. Using the arrow keys...

Town With No Name

Town With No Name

Commodore CDTV - Released - 1992

Congratulations! You have been personally selected from literally thousands at possible candidates to experience “The Town With No Name". The silvery round thing enclosed (what we in the trade refer to as a ‘compact disc‘ should be handled carefully by its edges and placed within your favourite disc caddy. The procedure for loading the caddy into the machine is detailed in your manual (remember, the book-shaped thing you threw away when you first unpacked your CD-ROM?). Once you have the CD disc in the CO-ROM you will be faced with a sign listing 3 possible options. Using the arrow keys...

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