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Wednesday, 30 November 2022

MONTHLY 5 - November 2022

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This year has flown by. You blink, and it's the end of November! I've mostly been engrossed in God of War: Ragnarok since it came out, but the rest of my free time has been dedicated to The Collection Chamber. There are 5 great games featured this month so check out the obscure movie licenced FMV adventure (with too many arcade bits) Eraser Turnabout (1996 Imagination Pilots & Warner Bros.), the many versions of the underrated action platformer Fur Fighters (2000 Bizarre Creations Ltd), the Norse-themed role-playing sequel Heimdall 2: Into the Hall of Worlds (1994 Core Design), a classic point-and-click adventure starring everone's favourite sleuth The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Serrated Scalpel (1992 Mythos Software & Electronic Arts) and Bill Plympton's Take Your Best Shot (1995 7th Level Inc) a desktop toy based on his award-winning 1991 short Push Comes to Shove.

There are a couple of revisions too. Kiss: Psycho Circus - The Nightmare Child now uses a Windows 10 patch instead of dxWnd granting it better compatibility. I've also added a scan of the manual too. The Neverhood has also been revised updating ScummVM and fixing some save-game and screenshot annoyances. If you've not played either before, give them a go. They're pretty good.

To try the others, head on past the jump and dive in.

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

1996 Imagination Pilots & Warner Bros.
Windows '95

2000-2001 Bizarre Creations Ltd
Windows + DreamCast + PlayStation 2

1994 Core Design
DOS / Amiga / Amiga CD32
Role Play-Fantasy-Vikings!

1992 Mythos Software & Electronic Arts

1995 7th Level Inc
Windows 3.1

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  1. Thanks for another kick of forgotten fun :) Great as always .Thank you

  2. Thank you very much for the posted games. Congratulations on your work

  3. Some suggestions:

    MindGym - mind-expanding educational title (article: https://obscuritory.com/software/mindgym/ )
    A Fork in the Tale - a five-disc fantasy FMV game starring Rob Schneider
    Mind Grind - multi-gameplay-genre trivia game
    Mastermind - adaptation of the notoriously difficult quiz show
    Weird - an encyclopedia of the unexplained disguised as a first-person adventure game
    History of the Universe - educational title about physics, from the creators of Weird
    Xplora1 - the other Peter Gabriel CD-ROM

  4. Just thought of a few more: (no rush with any of these, of course - I'm just a huge fan of 90's CD-ROM games and want to make sure you know about them)

    Secrets of the Luxor - first-person point-and-click adventure game, featuring a Stargate-esque plot
    Celtica - like Myst, but Irish
    Midnight Stranger - Canadian first-person adventure game, about the people you meet while wandering around at night
    MODE - the epic sequel to Midnight Stranger, about sneaking into an artsy party that hides a bizarre secret
    The Elroy Series - Two adventure games (Elroy Goes Bugzerk and Elroy Hits the Pavement) and a unique creativity toy (Elroy's Costume Closet), made by the company behind the Gigglebone Gang, but aimed at a slightly older audience

  5. Haven't seen the movie Eraser or heard of the game, but I have to try every damn FMV adventure :|
    As always, great work!

  6. I discovered your page recently, and it's a wonderfull resource to find old games, and all the work you put on the releases so they work on modern systems is astounding. A million thanks my friend!