||(Win95/98) (Retail) (004011)
Logicware / Studio 3DO
ESRB Rating: Mature (17+) - Animated violence/blood and
Some Games Are Tough, This One's
A sophisticated shooter laced with gallows humor, Killing
Time is no shallow grave. Its depth is well-conceived. Puzzle solving and
strategic thinking are placed at a premium. The visceral violence is
complimented by paranormal graphics and a super(natural) storyline. Killing
Time is a fright-fest for the true aficionado of first-person corridor
Listen to the remembrances of the 7
video-real apparitions and ghostly guests. They offer clues as to what past
heinous acts actually transpired in the cursed mansion.
Look up and down - turn around with a
complete 360 degree view. The three-dimensional mansion offers outdoor areas,
staircases and intricately detailed ceilings and floors.
The original music makes this old haunt
strangley inviting, eh? But beware. Every room, every passage in the estate
holds dreadful dangers. Enjoy continuous gameplay with no load time between
Explore the dark hallways - picking up any
of 8 different weapons along the way. But exercise caution. Any of the 22 evil
enemies may be lurking around the next corner.
There are more than 45 different areas and
100's of rooms to explore on the huge estate. Discover clues to unlock even
more secret areas. Some of Tess' treasures have special abilities to aid
Windows 95, Pentium 90 MHz or higher, 12 MB, 30 MB free
hard disk space, 2x CD-ROM drive, PCI Video card, SoundBlaster compatible sound
card, supports keyboard, mouse, joystick and gamepad.
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