Dark Seed (CDROM Version)


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Description: 
Dark Seed is a computer game in the adventure game genre. It was developed and published by Cyberdreams in 1992. It exhibits a normal world and a dark world counterpart, which is based on the artwork by H. R. Giger. It was one of the first adventure games to use high resolution (640 pixels wide) graphics, to Giger's demand. A sequel, Dark Seed II, was released in 1995. The original game was released for the DOS, Amiga CD32 and the PlayStation 1. Players control "Mike Dawson", a successful advertising executive and writer, who has recently purchased an old mansion in the small town of Woodland Hills. As soon as he moves into the house, he falls asleep and has a nightmare about an alien machine implanting an object into his skull. He has three days to solve the mystery of the town before the "dark seed" erupts from his brain. Dark Seed is notable for its good artwork, buggy programming and high difficulty. Unlike most adventure games which give the player time to explore, almost every action in Dark Seed has to fall within precise time limits or the game will end up in an unwinnable state. As a result of this as well as the game's frequent crashes, one must start over repeatedly to win without resorting to walkthrough.
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Platform: 
DOS
Game year: 
1992
Dark Seed CDROM Cover Art

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