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Saturday, 30 April 2022

MONTHLY 5 - APRIL 2022

https://collectionchamber.blogspot.com/p/eliminator.html https://collectionchamber.blogspot.com/p/escape-from-haunted-house.html https://collectionchamber.blogspot.com/p/power-sokoban.html https://collectionchamber.blogspot.com/p/quantum-gate-ii-vortex.html https://collectionchamber.blogspot.com/p/tankitcs.html

'Tis April, and it's time to go back to a Monthly quintet of oldschool PC gaming. Fancy some action? Check out the futuristic shooter Eliminator (1998, Psygnosis). How about a visit to a spooky old mansion? Try Escape from the Haunted House (1997, New Media Generation).  A puzzle-heavy action RPG? We got you covered with Power Sokoban (1999, Nintendo, Thinking Rabbit). Want a movie instead? Watch the interactive kind that is Quantum Gate II: The Vortex (1994 HyperBole Studios). If none of that tempts you, why not abduct some sheep to build tanks in the strangest of real-time strategies, Tankics (1999, Gremlin Interactive, DMA Design). Read on to find out more!

Click on the images below to head on over to the game page.




1998 Psygnosis
Windows
Action-Third Person-Science Fiction


1997 New Media Generation
Windows '95
Adventure-First Person-Horror


1999 Nintendo, Thinking Rabbit
SNES
Puzzle-Role Play-Fantasy


1994 HyperBole Studios
Windows 3.1
Adventure-FMV-Science Fiction


1999 Gremlin Interactive, DMA Design
Windows
Strategy-Real Time-Comedy


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15 comments:

  1. Thank you Biffman, great job with these obscure repacks. I love them.

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  2. Quantum Gate II, awesome! I saw Blue Heat was on the request list as not fully tested, would LOVE to see that one!

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    1. I might just slip it up the list now that you've reminded me of its existance...

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    2. If you can't wait, Blue Heat is on Zomb's Lair.

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  3. In fact, I'm really wondering if I even want to escape from the haunted house, since the mansion's classical architecture along with its intriguingly artful d├ęcor seem to want to invite you to linger for more than just a little while. In addition, riddles and ghosts have never been a drawback. So I say thank you for this pleasantly bizarre little gem (as it appears) which found its way to you over some twisted paths, as you described it so worth reading. In fact, you continue to surprise me on and on in every imaginable gaming and penmanship way! :-)

    Bye for now
    Thomas (the one from Germany - yeah, I'm still around)

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    1. Thanks Thomas. I reckon you'll like escaping spooky haunted house.

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    2. So if in the end I'll manage to escape the haunted yet beautiful surroundings of said spooky house, I'm gonna get down with your finely repacked Cassandra Galleries which I simply missed then and only came back to mind due to your very conveniant "Like this? Try these..." section at the end of each of your stunning features. How lucky to have found it right under that category! :-)

      Bye for now
      Thomas

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  4. Hey CC! Ever heard about The Drowned God? Weird assventure game of the 90's, sorta Myst clone but muuuuuch crazier. That would make a great addition to your collection!

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    1. Once again I can suggest Zomb's Lair, Drowned God is there, so if you want to play it now, the choice is ypour's. And no, I am not Zomb's PR manager.. :-), actually CC recommends this page here too.

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    2. I do try to select different games than what Zomb's Lair puts out. He's got some good stuff on there and I'd like to keep our libraries more or less unique. That being said, there are a few games he has I've been wanting to play - Drowned God among them - and if I'm gonna play it, I might as well give it the full Chamber treatment. I'm sure I'll succumb at some point.

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  5. Quantum Gate and it's prequel, The Vortex is a dream come true from appr. 27 years ago when I saw these in a local gamer magazine's ad, Thanks for your work!

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  6. As always, thanks a lot for another greats set of games Biffman.
    Though I understand you are busy, and have a huge backlog of games, I hope you can one day release these games:

    - Fate of the Dragon
    https://www.myabandonware.com/game/fate-of-the-dragon-dwq

    - Vikings: The Strategy of Ultimate Conquest
    (featuring Star Trek's Michael Dorn :-) )
    https://www.myabandonware.com/game/vikings-the-strategy-of-ultimate-conquest-dfl

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  7. Would also be nice to see this game on here:

    Saban's Power Rangers Zeo Versus The Machine Empire:
    https://www.myabandonware.com/game/saban-s-power-rangers-zeo-versus-the-machine-empire-gfr

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  8. Thank YOU very much for just a nice upload.
    Have a nice day :D

    Greg

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