Was that space ship named the James Earl Jones?
|Rabid Vegan |
Script by Uwe Boll, based on an idea by Billy, age 6.
i'm sure this game was horrible, but how was this video illustrative of that?
A battleship malfunction AND a viral outbreak?!? Some people have hideous luck.
Like people who name their planets after carnival instruments.
Damn you for reminding me of these travesty hidden in my family's first computers bundled software package! You see that screen in the upper left. That is here the "action" happens. Yep, the UI took up 75% of the screen in an attempt to hid it's hideous resolution.
Need a CDRom tag. Really, this was like one of the first.
Actually you need Windows 3.1 or Mac OS7, which is how I enjoyed this turd.
Hey it might have looked bad and played worse, but at least it was disjointed and confusing and lacking in fun.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Hey why don't you guys just use one of your other space ships to blow this shape ship up?
not the worst game I ever played but for early CDROM it was entertaining enough to keep at it...moving, turning, scanning, opening doors..you know "fun stuff"
Yay for finally getting to see more of this game than when I actually owned it and it goddamn crashed before even making it through the intro.
This actually wasn't too bad a game at the time. It also had a really good soundtrack by the then-unknown Xorcist. It was cool of the uploader to keep some of the theme song in there since it's not as easy to find anymore ever since Xorcist took down their huge online free archive of music.
Early CD roms weren't so much as games as they were creative exercises in how you could cover up the fact that the play screen was the size of a postage stamp.
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