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Beneath A Steel Sky

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Revolution Software / Virgin 1994
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 5/6
Licence: Freeware
System: Amiga

If at first you don't succeed.... Lure of the Temptress wasn't a very good game, but it did receive quite positive reviews - let's just say there are and were games which are even more overrated. After that, Revolution Software took their time to develop a successor - and they succeeded in a brilliant way!


Biing! – Sex, Intrigen und Skalpelle

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reLINE Software 1995
Genre: Strategy
Rating: 4/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

Eh???? What is this? Biing! is a completely whacky and erotic hospital management simulation, or to sum it up: something absolutely crazy.

So you are the head of a hospital (not the boss, that guy is just sitting in is armchair, smoking cigars) and it is your task to earn every day's rent for the location, because if you don't, you're bankcrupt immediately and you have to start over.


Bleifuss Fun

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UDS / Virgin Interactive 1997
Genre: Action, Sport
Rating: -
Licence: Commercial
System: PC
In Germany, Ignition was called Bleifuss Fun, linking it to the successful Bleifuss (Screamer) games. Apart from the title and the in-game language, there are no differences.

Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror

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Revolution Software / Virgin Interactive 1997
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 2/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

George Stobbart - occupation: American tourist in Paris. After a few month, he comes back trying to get it on again with his girlfriend Nico, the photograph who helped him unravel a Templar conspiracy in the first game. Instead of the date he hoped for, Nico drags him to the home of a Professor of Central American culture - where the two are knocked out. Nico is taken away while George is bound to a chair with a poisonous spider in the room. And just to be sure, the baddies also set the room on fire.


Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars

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Revolution Software / Virgin Interactive 1996
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 3/6
Licence: Commercial
System: PC

American tourist George Stobbart is enjoying himself sitting in a cafe in Paris when he witnesses a murder: a clown plants of a bomb and an older man in a grubby raincoat who had been eyeing the young waitress just a moment before dies. The clown escapes through the sewers. Because he has nothing better to do, George decides to investigate on his own, meeting the journalist Nicole (Nico) Collard who supports him for selfish reasons. They uncover a conspiracy involving the order of the templars... Looking at the current bestseller lists of novels and the cinema charts, Broken Sword hits a popular theme there.


Brutal: Paws of Fury

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Gametek 1995
Genre: Action
Rating: 2/6
Licence: Commercial
System: Amiga

A fighting game based on the looks of classic cartoons? I applaud this idea unreservedly – the promise of this kind of violence translated into interactive format just makes sense. Imagine Jerry taking out a heavy pan to smack Tom on the head, and then the latter retaliating in a similar way. So I launched this game with high expectations.


Building Panic

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Yamada No Ana Project 2001
Genre: Action, Puzzle
Rating: 1/6
Licence: Freeware
System: PC

Who will be first to finish the walls of their scyscraper? Who is quick enough to beat their opponents and trick the guards? If this sounds like fun to you, you may try a game of Building Panic. One game was more than enough for me.


Bunny Bricks

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Silmarils 1993
Genre: Action
Rating: 4/6
Licence: Commercial
System: Amiga

The 'Bricks' part of the title is really the defining one here. Make no mistake just because the protagonist is a clothed cartoon bunny wielding a baseball bat: this is still Breakout. So this bug (or another weird creature) throws a ball against the wall and Bunny (I guess that's his first name) has to hit it after it bounces off, propelling it back into the wall, where it again bounces back from, destroying the hit brick in the process. Rinse and repeat until all bricks have been cleared.


Captain Gysi - Galaxis Futura

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BURNS Entertainment / PDS 1998
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 2/6
Licence: Freeware
System: PC

[Mr Creosote] Elwood and I are going to discuss another game today: Captain Gysi - Galaxis Futura. This experiment differs slightly from the previous discussion reviews, though: We actually played the game together, i.e. on one computer.


Captain Gysi und das Raumschiff Bonn

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PDS 1997
Genre: Adventure
Rating: 4/6
Licence: Freeware
System: PC

A dark backroom filled with smoke. The evil masterminds had a meeting. "How can we achieve world domination the fastest way?", asked the overweight boss. The suspicious looking man on his right was playing with his knife but his mouth remained closed. For the first time, we can see the third man's face. He had been slumped back into his chair but now he was leaning forward on the table. He was wearing thick glasses, the little hair which is left was completely white. He's wearing a brown suit. "Can't we just do it like in the old days? Let's just fake the results of the elections!" Fury was glowing in the big cheese's eyes. "Stupid fool!", he shouted out, "Oh Great Satan, why do I have to be surrounded by such idiots?". Suddenly, a slim shadowy figure stepped out of a dark corner. The three looked surprised - they obviously had no idea there was someone else in the room. Stunned by the shock, they just looked at the mysterious man eyes wide open. Tension was building up in the air, the silence would have killed every normal being. At last, the figure began to speak: "I come directly from the the nameless one you serve." "You mean.....", was all the big cheese could gasp pointing his head eastwards. "Silence!" Despite his unimpressive appearance, the unknown person seemed to have some kind of natural authority over all the other men. "Listen to me carefully as I'll only say it once: the youth of today is the future voters. Control the youth, and the future is yours!" In the very next moment, the figure was gone again - as suddenly as it had appeared. But he had left inspiration in the other men's heads. "Heureka! Let's make a computer game!", they shouted unisono.



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