Last updated on September 19th, 2023 at 10:57 am
An unreleased 1994 Game for Amiga made by Core Design but now it has been released by TheCompany.pl
Universe is a point-and-click adventure game developed and published by Core Design for the Amiga 500 in 1994.
The game is set in a sci-fi universe and features amazing graphics and atmosphere.
The ingame story is written like a sci-fi book with a lot of description, full of vibrant details that set you in the mood.
One of the most interesting aspects of Universe is its innovative system SPAC (Super Pre-Adjusted Colour), which allowed the game to display 256 colors at once on a standard Amiga 500, instead of just 32. This was a significant achievement at the time and helped to make the game stand out from other adventure games of the era.
Another unique feature of Universe is its dynamic music system, which is similar to LucasArts’ iMUSE. The music changes depending on the player’s actions and the events happening in the game, adding to the overall immersion of the game.
Universe has a combined icon and text control system that is intuitive and friendly, making it easy for players to navigate through the game. The game’s puzzles are challenging but fair, and the story is engaging and well-written.
Universe is a classic adventure game that is still enjoyable to play today. With its innovative graphics and sound, engaging story, and challenging puzzles, it’s a game that is sure to appeal to fans of the genre.
The protagonist of this adventure, point and click is Boris, a man sent in some part of the Universe from his home planet, the Earth. Talking to people, solving puzzles, exploring lot of areas of the game and face the shocking final.