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Zombie Massacre

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Alpha Software / Islona 1998
Genre: Action
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: Amiga

The Gloom 3 CD had already contained a menu item to launch a Director's Cut, probably intended as a teaser. When it finally did appear, the Gloom name had been dropped; rather, the game was now called just Zombie Massacre. Though it still has Gloom written all over it and even makes explicit references to Gloom 3 reviews. As a reaction to one particular remark received by one of the remaining Amiga game magazines, there is now a much more elaborate intro, literally filmed in the developers' backyard. Still, this part is better forgotten.


Zombies Ate My Neighbors

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Konami / Lucas Arts 1993
Genre: Action
Rating: 4/6
Licence: Commercial
System: SNES

'Zombies ate my Neighbours' is one of those classic frenzied shoot-em-ups. Gameplay and perspective very much remind of 'Chaos Engine', which is of almost the same age and which can be found in the PC section. You move your character freely (not just from left to right) through the levels and get rid of countless enemies.


Zone 66

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Epic Megagames 1993
Genre: Action
Rating: 6/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

You receive a message from a man that wants to meet you outside the city, he warns you to get your family out of the city as soon as possible and then contact him. Later, while heading home, you witness the city where your wife and baby are vanish in a atomic explosion. Now you must find the man and get revenge for what happened to your city and loved ones.


Zork I: The Great Underground Empire

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Infocom 1981
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 4.5/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

So, how does a game end up with a '1' in its title anyway? Zork began its life as a much larger game on Mainframe computers. After it was decided to exploit its potential commercially, regular home computers became the limiting target. So Zork was split into three parts - this one being the first.


Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz

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Infocom 1983
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz is the sequel of the successful text adventure Zork. Like its predecessor, it is a pure text adventure and it was first published in 1981, the PC port following in 1983.


Zork III: The Dungeon Master

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Infocom 1982
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 4/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

When porting the original mainframe Zork adventure game, programmed on the PDP-10 at MIT, to the home computer market, the programmers at Infocom had to split it into three parts to make it small enough to fit on 5¼” floppy diskettes. “Zork III: The Dungeon Master”, released in 1982, is the final section of that original adventure. It’s mind-bending puzzles, mazes, and engrossing storyline have delighted and frustrated gamers for over 35 years.


Zork Nemesis: The Forbidden Lands

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Activision / Zombie LLC 1996
Genre: Adventure, Puzzle
Rating: 4.5/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

29th of Mage, Birthday

I have decided to return to the temple of Aggripa. It has been far too long since my last visit, must be almost over five years by now since the last time I retraced Nemesis’ steps. As always I read Bivotar’s journal while I was waiting for the temple doors to open. This booklet seems like an ancient relic in itself, for long gone are the days when every game told a good part of its story with actual items you could touch and feel. And maybe that’s exactly why it did not fail to set me in the proper mood for the journey ahead.


Zorro

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US Gold Ltd 1986
Genre: Adventure, Action, Puzzle
Rating: 4/6
Licence: Commercial
System: ZX Spectrum

To Z or not to Z, that is the question! Some jealous fiend seized this beautiful maiden which you have only just begun to admire and dragged her down to the castle for immediate incarceration (sounds like another date went terribly wrong). You pursued them, but just before you know it the drawbridge was raised thus preventing you from going any further. Splendid. It looks like you will have to find another way to sneak into the castle and save your now-sweetheart which may take a few puzzles to solve. In this game you will have to prove that Zorro isn't just a formidable master swordsman but also a brilliant mind!



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