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How Would You Survive

How Would You Survive

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

This will take users one step closer to what Einstein only dreamed of - time travel. The multimedia CD-ROM is an adventure back into the daily lives of some of the most amazing ancient civilizations. Based on the Franklin Watts book set of the same name, this interactive trip will whisk users away from the present and immerse them into the sights and sounds of ancient Egyptian, Viking, and Aztec cultures where they experience the lives of these peoples first-hand. The goal is to present these stories and lives of these ancient civilizations in a simple but clear way for young people to learn...

Perfect Assassin

Perfect Assassin

Sony Playstation - Released - June 1, 1998

Sci-fi adventure game involving inter-dimensional and temporal travel, played from a third-person perspective. You are the most renowned and lethal killer in the Cosmos, caught up in a plot that encompasses the hidden twists and explosive sequences found in a blockbuster sci-fi film. Part human, part machine, you have been summoned for the most challenging mission of your life. You'll venture into a real-time 3D-world covering over 100 locations The developers combined the classic point-and-click gameplay inherent to the adventure genre with action elements, such as shooting enemies from...

Perfect Assassin

Perfect Assassin

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

In Perfect Assassin, you play an assassin who has lost his memory somehow and you have to make sure he gets it back. The gameplay is from a third-person view, but the camera is always located at a set place on a map. You can walk anywhere on the map and the camera will follow your movement, but it will remain on the same spot, regardless of what you do. The gameplay has some action in it, but mostly it is adventure-style solving of puzzles or talking to people.

V2000

V2000

Sony Playstation - Released - October 15, 1998

V2000 is a 3D space shooter based on the '80s game Virus. Aliens are using a virus to corrupt and possess many creatures from different worlds by opening up links between the worlds they are trying to conquer. From many of these links emerged the hives. The usual mission objectives in the game are to destroy the mutated creatures and the hives, rescue local inhabitants, while "beaming up" weapon upgrades along the way. Players are then awarded "trophies" for each world saved or if it is saved quickly. These trophies allow the player to receive new ships.

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