In Terror Of The Deep the search of the allegedly living famous Scottish Loch Ness monster aka “Nessie” is accepted. This was enriched with alien monsters that inhabit the lake, since meteorites similar objects have fallen into the area of Loch Ness from the sky. The player’s task is by means of a diving capsule to find the alien crystals and destroy them then to find “Nessie” .
>This video is a real Commodore Amiga Science gem: displays a television program in which Carl Sagan, Stephen Hawking and Arthur C. Clarke discuss and exchange ideas about all the theory of everything, fractals, the Cold War and the origin of the universe.
>Based on the best-selling board game and set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, Space Hulk is a 3D digital turn based strategy game that recreates the classic claustrophobic board game experience for single player and multiplayer cross-platform play between PC, Mac and on iOS.
Space Hulk is set in the isolated corridors and tomb-like chambers of an ancient vessel lost in the graveyard of space.
>LV-426 is a remake of an old first-person shooter game called ‘Aliens’, published by Electric Dreams in 1987 for the following platforms: Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum and MSX. The game is based on the second movie in the Alien movie series.
I wanted to re-make Aliens because it was one of my old favourites, and probably the scariest game of its time. The game was very innovative and tense due to the use of a first-person view and having to control a whole squad of marines. In my opinion, it really captured the atmosphere of the movie.
Aleshenka Erashov (Russian: Алёшенька, Alyoshenka, a hypocoristic for the Russian male first name Alexey) was a small creature allegedly found in the village of Kaolinovy, near Kyshtym, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia in August 1996. Aleshenka was found by an old woman, Tamara Vasilievna Prosvirina, who was mentally ill. The creature had an unusual appearance, giving rise to rumors of its extraterrestrial origin. The local population readily supported this rumor, collecting easy money from reporters for interviews – at least two Japanese companies (Asahi TV and MTV Japan) made documentaries about the creature.