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How to play Bermuda Syndrome

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Bermuda Syndrome Description

Bermuda Syndrome is a platform game developed by Century Interactive and published by BMG Interactive in 1995. The game is similar in gameplay and appearance to the classic Flashback from 1992. The player controls the main character from a third person side-scrolling perspective.

The main character is Jack Thompson, a member of a US air force strategic bomber squadron during World War 2. During a mission above Germany his plane gets attacked by German fighters and catches fire. Somehow, a portal opens up as the plane is going down, and it enters what is presumably a parallel universe or an alternate timeline. Jack finds himself descending not upon the German countryside, but on a strange, unfamiliar jungle landscape. Meanwhile, on the ground, we see a tied up young woman, struggling to get loose as a gigantic carnivorous dinosaur approaches. Jacks plane luckily hits and decapitates the creature, preventing the woman from being eaten. At the last second Jack bails out, and at the beginning of the game he dangles in his parachute from a tree, with a boot-knife as his only weapon. After cutting the woman loose, she is revealed to be a princess who was going to be sacrificed by her father. She becomes Jacks companion throughout the game. The adventure consists of a large number of static panels in which the player moves to solve puzzles and battle dinosaurs that attack. Objects can be picked up, and using them in the right context is often required to progress to the next screen. Other problems are often solved by jumping or interacting with the princess.

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Bermuda Syndrome - Cover Art Windows 3.11