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Desc:A game that combined Prince of Persia's game mechanics with Doom's gore.
Category:Video Games, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:90s, video game, Blackthorne, shareware
Submitted:Simian Pride
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Comment count is 9
freedoom - 2011-04-30
Blackthorn was pretty cool. I liked being able to duck into the wall and to shoot backwards.
Billy the Poet - 2011-04-30
This was pretty good. I also liked the over-the-shoulder shot. Though, as a SNES game, I don't know if it's theme appropriate.

Zanac - 2011-04-30
on pc too, developed by blizzard

duck&cover - 2011-05-01
Caminante Nocturno - 2011-05-01
I never understood why the villain in this game had a water cooler behind his throne.
Jet Bin Fever - 2011-05-01
They have a different metabolism than us and require frequent water breaks, thus the waterfalls and stuff.

Dirtchamber - 2011-05-01
It's good to see that Blizzard didn't let the limitations of the platform constrain their considerable talent for storytelling. *cough*
Dr. Lobotomy - 2011-05-01
It's fortunate that Blizzard did a "simple" story about a parallel world hopping prince/hobo with a shotgun. I don't think the manual would have fitted in the box otherwise.

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-05-01
Oddly enough, I tried playing through this a bit ago on a SNES emulator and found it mildly fun but mostly frustrating. There are some interesting weapons and the animations are good, but mostly its just awkward to get through.
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