Buck Rogers: Matrix Cubed

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Buck Rogers: Matrix Cubed Description

Buck Rogers: Matrix Cubed is a video game of role developed and published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. in 1992. This is a result of Buck Rogers: Countdown to Doomsday, published two years ago and based on the same game engine: the Gold Box engine, originally developed for Pool of Radiance.

Matrix Cubed runs under MS-DOS and put on stage Buck Rogers, the first hero of science fiction in the history of comics, introduced in 1928 by Philip Nowlan and later popularized in Buck Rogers in the Twenty-fifth century, a television series American aired from 1979.

A version Amiga game was developed but never published. However, it was the subject of several commercials and was préviewée in various Amiga magazine, which Amiga Power and Zero. Some German magazines even testèrent the game. Power Play and attributed the score of 78% for either one percent less than its counterpart PC and Amiga Joker gave him 64%

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