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ZOOM The Fortress of Dr. Radiaki
$14.95 (DOS) (Retail) (DRRADIAKPR)

Merit Studios

Game

Ratings:

81% from PC Gamer

The Fortress of Dr. Radiaki is a thrilling adventure mixing carnage with a cutting edge sense of humor. You will confront scores of different adversaries including sword wielding samurai, stealthy ninja warriors, robots with toasters for heads, mutated alligators and many more. You must use all your wits to find your way through the cavernous fortress and defeat the Machiavellian design of the horribly deformed Dr. Radiaki.

Unique mouse-controlled interface is superior to any 3-D game on the market.

Over 15 different types of enemies, with over 15 levels of play.

Animated backgrounds and incredibly detailed 3-D characters are superior to those found in Doom.

Requirements: 386-33 MHz (486SX - 33 MHz or faster recommended), DOS 5.0, 8 MB RAM, 1 MB hard disc space, VGA, CD-ROM drive, 100% Microsoft-compatible mouse. Supports: Sound Blaster 8-bit/16-bit & AWE32, Pro-Audio Spectrum 16, Roland Sound Canvas and more.

Reviews:

PC Gamer, February 1995

"In Radiaki, you're a super agent sent to penetrate the good doctor's fortress and stop Radiaki before he can loose nuclear vengeance on the world. His fortress - a multi-level affair, with him at the top and you starting out at the bottom - is guarded by a cast of zanies that gives Radiaki its uniquely comical qualities, and sets it apart from all the other first-person shooter out there."

"Action is the backbone of any shooter, and Radiaki serves it up generously - although there's no two-player option. There are plenty of neat weapons (my favorite is the grenade launcher), and surviving all those comical-yet-deadly villains is a real challenge."



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