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Zombie Survival: Stop the Planet  Roencia Game Creators2013 Linuxlabelminimizeminimize
Yuu Maze  Taito (Daiei Seisakusho)1988 Famicom Disk Systemlabelimageminimize
Yōkai Dōchūki  Namco1988 NESlabelimageminimize
Yōkai Dōchūki  Namco1988
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[52]***A funny platform game. It's an arcade port with a slightly different level design. This game has a very 'Japanese style of humor' which I found quite amusing. Controls are only average though and it seemed that when you didn't hurry, some very nasty monsters appeared... making this game unnecessarily difficult.
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Xenon Valkyrie Diabolical Mind2017 Windowslabelimageminimize
Xenon Valkyrie Diabolical Mind2017 Mac OS Xlabelminimizeminimize
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X-Blades  Topware Interactive (Gaijin Entertainment)2016 Linuxlabelminimizeminimize
X-Blades  SouthPeak Games;1C Company (Gaijin Entertainment)2007 X360labelimageminimize
X-Blades  SouthPeak Games;1C Company (Gaijin Entertainment)2007 PS3labelimageminimize
X-Blades  SouthPeak Games;1C Company;Topware Interactive (Gaijin Entertainment)2007Un hack'n'slash ordinario, de estética muy pintoresca.

Como virtud está un tutorial directo y sin rodeos y una acción sin QTM absurdos.

Por lo demás no destaca en nada, enseñar cacha no es lo que hace un videojuego entretenido.

Mediocre.

3 de 10***2007-11-23 Russian release
2009-02-10 English (US/AU?) release
2009-02-20 English (?) release
2009-02-28 English (?) release
2009-04-30 on Steam, by Topware Interactive (lang: eng, fre, spa, ita, ger)***[b]Minimum:[/b]
* Windows XP SP2 or Vista
* Pentium IV 1.5 GHz CPU or equivalent;
* 256 MB RAM
* 128 MB VRAM
* Radeon 9600 or GeForce 6600 GPU
* 5 GB free HD space

[b]Recommended:[/b]
* Pentium IV 3 GHz CPU or equivalent;
* 1 GB RAM
* 256 MB VRAM
* Radeon X1800 or GeForce 7600 GPU
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Wizardry VII: Crusaders of the Dark Savant  ASCII Corporation (Sir-Tech;Blitz;Locus;Opera House)1994 NEC PC9801labelminimizeminimize
Wizardry VII: Crusaders of the Dark Savant  Night Dive Studios;Night Dive Studios (Sir-Tech)2013 Linuxlabelminimizeminimize
Wizardry VII: Crusaders of the Dark Savant  Sir-Tech;Night Dive Studios (Sir-Tech)1992A RPG game that has aged very bad.

Pros:
-Variety in character making.
-Interesting mix between sci-fi and medieval-LOTR fantasy.
-Harsh and unforgiving enemies.
-Nice pixel art.

Cons:
-Randomness is too high, making it kind of a game of dice (sometimes you achieve more by failing and repeting than with a well-tought strategic approach)

3 of 10***
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Wizardry Gold Sir-Tech (Media Interactive Studios)1996 Mac OS Classiclabelminimizeminimize
Wizardry Gold Sir-Tech (Media Interactive Studios)1996 Windowslabelimageminimize
Wizardry 8 Sir-Tech;Crucial Entertainment;Night Dive Studios (Sir-Tech)2001[b]Species:[/b] (playable)
* Human
* Elf
* Dwarf
* Gnome
* Hobbit
* Faerie (sprites)
* Lizardman (sauroid)
* Dracon (sauroid)
* Felpurr (felinoid)
* Rawulf (caninoid)
* Mook (yeti/bigfoot-like humanoid)

[b]Natives:[/b] (to Dominus)
* Higardi (human-like beings)
* Trynnie (rodent-like humanoids)
* Rapax (demon/minotaur-like beings)

[b]Aliens:[/b] (in addition to the playable species)
* Umpani (rhino-like humanoids)
* T'Rang (insectoids)
* Rattkin (ratmen)
... and whatever the Dark Savant is.***Latest version: 1.2.4 (as of 2001?)***EAN-13: [code]5060004691470[/code] (Crucial Entertaiment; pre-patched to 1.2.4)
... SafeDisc "protected", has intentional errors on third CD in sectors 337890 to 340482.***Comes on 3 CDs.***[b]Minimum:[/b]
* Windows 95, 98 or 2000
* 233 MHz Pentium CPU
* 64 MB RAM
* 8 MB VRAM
* 1.2 GB HD space***[b]ignorant protagonist[/b] - the 6 original party members have little understanding of technology or even basic astronomy. The game intro establishes that you're seemingly some extremely primitive people compared to others in your homeworld (they had spacecraft there as well), several comments during game deepens your understanding of how ignorant they really are and makes them seem almost pitiable. It also makes you wonder what strike of genius did the Mook have when they decided You were good choice as bodyguards.***A New Wizardry for a New Generation

Wizardry 8 raises the standard for fantasy role-playing with a vengeance. Prepare yourself for a new level of excitement, immersiveness, and depth that made role-playing games one of the best-selling, best loved genres of all time. This is the legacy of Wizardry 8. Acllaimed critics agree!

* Explore a vast 3D world filled with action, magic, and adventure. Wander through dark dungeons, lush landscapes, scorrching volcanoes, and even beneath the sea.
* Create your own custom party of adventurers. Make a gnome gadgeteer, a lizardman figher, a rawulf lord, or even a faerie ninja. The possibilities are endless!
* Choose a custom personality for each character and hear them speak over 100 lines of dialogue. Kindly or chaotic, burly or surly - how your characters act is up to you.
* Talk to dozens of intelligent characters. How you treat them determines whether they become powerful allies or deadly enemies.
* Battle over 300 types of monsters in some of the most intense combat ever seen in a RPG. The unique auto-targeting system makes combat easy to learn, while the huge number of strategies adds unprecedented depth.
* Advanced creature A.I. brings a new level of realism to RPGs. You don't just hunt the monsters - the roaming monsters hunt you.
* Cast over 100 spells using a unique power-level system that guarantees that no spell ever becomes obsolete.
[Box blurb]***Wizardry 8 is an epic fantasy RPG that picks up where [[gameid:42564 Wizardry 7: Crusaders of the Dark Savant]] left off. You may recall that all hell had broken loose at the end of Wizardry 7. The Dark Savant had taken flight with a device called the Astral Dominae, an incredibly powerful artifact containing the secret of life itself. Following him are two powerful races, the T'Rang and the Umpani, as well as your own brave party of adventurers. Everyone is headed to Dominus, a world on the cusp of the Cosmic Circle, birthplace of the Astral Dominae and home of the Cosmic Lords. Many paths will converge on Dominus, and many long-hidden secrets will be revealed.
[Sir-Tech]
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Wing Commander Origin Systems1990They also released two Mission-Disks titled "The Secret Missions 1" and "The Secret Missions 2 - Crusade".***A CD-ROM version included the original game plus the two scenario disks was released in 1992.***CD-ROM version
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[63]***Review of the add-on "Wing Commander: The Secret Missions 2".
[52]***Review for add-on "The Secret Missions".
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[52]***Review of the add-on "Wing Commander: The Secret Missions 2".
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[37]***You're a starfighter pilot, the best of the best, but nothing in your training prepared you for action this hot. Deepspace dogfights against Kilrathi aces are deadly, and the future of humanity is on the line each time you fly! Wing Commander puts you in the middle of the most intense starship action you've ever experienced outside of a movie theatre. But in Wing Commander, you're the star!

- Thrill to the dynamic soundtrack that senses the action on-screen and alters the pacing, tempo and mood of the music to match!
- Advance in rank while piloting one of four unique Terran spacefighters against a deadly array of enemy ships.
- See the action from all angles using Wing Commander's player-controlled camera.
- Count on your wingman, a skilled pilot, thanks to the advanced Wing Commander artificial intelligence system, but don't get cocky: the enemy flies intelligently too!
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Wing Commander Origin Systems1993
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[37]***You're a starfighter pilot, the best of the best, but nothing in your training prepared you for action this hot. Deepspace dogfights against Kilrathi aces are deadly, and the future of humanity is on the line each time you fly! Wing Commander puts you in the middle of the most intense starship action you've ever experienced outside of a movie theatre. But in Wing Commander, you're the star!

- Thrill to the dynamic soundtrack that senses the action on-screen and alters the pacing, tempo and mood of the music to match!
- Advance in rank while piloting one of four unique Terran spacefighters against a deadly array of enemy ships.
- See the action from all angles using Wing Commander's player-controlled camera.
- Count on your wingman, a skilled pilot, thanks to the advanced Wing Commander artificial intelligence system, but don't get cocky: the enemy flies intelligently too!
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What Happens When Curiosity Strikes Dark Defender2013You'll play as Lee, the boy who accidentally stepped on his big brother's new gaming console. Just like a direct blessing from the heavens above, Clay offers him a deal that might save his butt from being kicked by his brother.

Features:

- 6, 000 + words
- 3 endings (True, Friendship, Joke)
- Lame Jokes
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Way of the Samurai 3  Spike (Acquire)2008Take the role of a samurai and choose your own path, blazing a trail of honour, loyalty and respect or one of villainy, corruption and greed. The canonical series, best known for its high level of freedom and play style is back, with improved features, graphics and new game play mechanics sure to please fans of this enduring series. The Butterfly Effect - With over 15 different endings, every action you take will cause a change of events to occur, allowing for multiple outcomes and replay-ability. Every action has a reaction and the following consequences open up new paths to explore. Weapon Customization and Abilities - Craft your own unique weapons from over 200 different parts and materials, creating the ultimate weapon that suits your taste and fighting style. Create lethal blades, spears, pole axes and more while discovering new abilities and skills with increased use. Become a master of one or of many! Reward System and Samurai Rating - Performing different feats will reward a player with Samurai Points and a Title, which in turn will unlock new features and characters within the game. Fight honourably in the way of the samurai, live your life as a bandit or strive to uphold the government. These choices will net different points and values, encouraging multiple play troughs to unlock all features and content. The Pen Can Be Mightier Than The Sword - Fight your opposition with force or take the diplomatic route, using subtle gestures like the unsheathing of your sword. With extensive dialogue tree, weapons combo systems and more, this hybrid title delivers on multiple fronts. X360labelimagesubject
Way of the Samurai 3  Spike (Acquire)2008Take the role of a samurai and choose your own path, blazing a trail of honor, loyalty and respect or one of villainy, corruption and greed. The canonical series, best known for its high level of freedom and play style is back, with improved features, graphics and new game play mechanics sure to please fans of this enduring series. The Butterfly Effect - With over 15 different endings, every action you take will cause a change of events to occur, allowing for multiple outcomes and replay-ability. Every action has a reaction and the following consequences open up new paths to explore. Weapon Customization and Abilities - Craft your own unique weapons from over 200 different parts and materials, creating the ultimate weapon that suits your taste and fighting style. Create lethal blades, spears, pole axes and more while discovering new abilities and skills with increased use. Become a master of one or of many! Reward System and Samurai Rating - Performing different feats will reward a player with Samurai Points and a Title, which in turn will unlock new features and characters within the game. Fight honorably in the way of the samurai, live your life as a bandit or strive to uphold the government. These choices will net different points and values, encouraging multiple play throughs to unlock all features and content. The Pen Can Be Mightier Than The Sword - Fight your opposition with force or take the diplomatic route, using subtle gestures like the unsheathing of your sword. With extensive dialogue tree, weapons combo systems and more, this hybrid title delivers on multiple fronts. PS3labelimagesubject
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II Chaos Rising  SEGA;Feral Interactive (Feral Interactive)2016 Linuxlabelminimizeminimize
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Waking Mars Tiger Style2012Uno de los mejores juegos de exploración que haya visto.

Recuerda en ambientación y en música inmersiva a la saga Metroid, aunque en este caso tu "armamento" esté compuesto por un puñado de pseudosemillas y una IA con bastante sentido del humor.

Perfecto para aficionados a la Areología

8 de 10***[b]BRING A SLEEPING PLANET BACK TO LIFE[/b]
WAKING MARS is a one-of-a-kind adventure in which you jetpack through subterranean Mars encountering a host of extraordinary alien lifeforms that operate as a living, breathing ecosystem. Learn and master the behaviors of these creatures to create ecosystems of your own design if you are to survive and discover the secrets of Mars’ past.

[b]UNCOVER THE MYSTERIES OF ANCIENT MARS[/b]
In 2097, life is discovered on Mars. When your mission of first contact becomes trapped by a cave-in, you must master the alien ecosystem to survive. Soon you stumble upon more than anyone expected, and with time running out, you will make a decision that determines the fate of a lost planet.
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Voices author2001Spoiler Free Review

A very interesting game, sort of. No puzzles to solve, this is purely narrative driven design. There is little interaction. Of course, the subject of free will versus fate kind of demands certain restrictions if it going to be explored properly. But many players will be frustrated by watching events and being powerless to change them (although what they say and do has major effect). At one point they literally can do nothing else but type the next letter in a command until its entered. Someone not familiar with the real historical figures involved will actually enjoy the story a lot more. Those somewhat familiar may enjoy the moment they realize who exactly Jhenette is. But even someone familiar with history and the Holy Bible can have a good time identifying who they are playing, the dark winged figure, Michel, and so forth. This is often called a "religious" game though there is very little religion played all in the game if any. There is much more faith and philosophy involved. The character of Jhenette is driven purely by faith.

Jhenette's story has been told many times and this retelling is used here just as it has been before to explore the same issues just as it has before. The only two things are new here. One is a 'new character' (Actually, the 'new' character turns out not to be new at all as revealed by one of the endings) that interacts with Jhenette and does not alter the earthly historic events. The other is the player's ability to not change the original story while being offered the opportunity to do so. Which does make the story more involving. Jhenette's 'last scene in the movie' especially becomes more powerful when the player can tell her what to say during. Attempts to alter the story can only alter a new romantic subplot, where most of the theological problems are introduced. Thankfully, the new subplot leaves Jhenette unsullied.

The author himself claims to be "non-Christian" and "tried not to contradict anywhere mainstream Christian theology". He fails here, not only with 'mainstream Christian theology' but with straight contra-biblical content (I don't think he's read very much of it). He had a desire to attempt 'good "Christian" IF'. Well, I'll say its good, but its hardly Christian. Though what are commonly called 'Christian' themes are used, a few bits of theology presented are definitely incompatible with the teachings of Jesus and some is definitely not even Catholic, but Catholic faith is what the game comes closest too. However, his portrayal of Jhenette and the dark winged figure seem surprisingly correct. These portrayals are excellent speculations. The dark winged figure is a scene-stealer (which fits his character perfectly). His use of expletives are certain to offend some. "If this attempt of mine is liked, it may also show that a non-Christian author can be an asset to such an endeavour."[sic] Mr. Katsaris, I'm curious, will you ever attempt to write something to be an asset to the endeavor of female Welsh Literature? Cheer up, while becoming Welsh and a female may be a stretch for you, becoming Christian is super easy. [url=/sendmessage.php?user=Zerothis]Ask me[/url] if you want.
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Vigilante 8: Second Offense  Activision;Syscom1999 Dreamcastlabelimageminimize
Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense Activision (Luxoflux)2000Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense Delivers all the elements of its best-selling predecessor-fully destructible environments, over-the-top characters and breakthrough graphics-while upping the ante with morphing vehicle advancements, special attack moves, explosive realism, and even more Multiplayer options. The King of Auto Combat is on the road again! With Insane Auto Combat Action, blast away through 12 fully destructible battle arenas across the United States. Uncover hidden and bonus areas, cars, power-ups, and weapons throughout graphically distinct environments. For a better look at the destruction, switch between behind-the-wheel or behind-the-car views on-the-fly, plus Multiplayer split-screen. Enjoy High-tech abilities and upgrades. Drive 17 new, fully loaded '70s-style vehicles, plus the bus, which are all upgradeable with high-tech enhancements and power-ups, that morph into place as you progress, allowing improved snow/ice/water driving and hovering for jumps. Build the ultimate super-charged V8 hotrod, then save it to memory to wield against friends in Multiplayer modes. You can wreak havoc with 18 lunatics. Returning for another off-road war on wheels are eight of the original Vigilante 8 wackos, including Molo, Slick Clyde and John Torque, plus 10 new characters, including the introduction of the blood-thirsty Drifter gang. New vehicles include a garbage truck and a futuristic space vehicle. You now have four different ways to play. Single-Player modes include Quest, Brawl and Desperado. Two-Player modes include Quest, Co-op, Versus, Brawl, Team, and Desperado. In addition, there are Three-to Four-Player modes. N64labelimagesubject
Vault Of Souls author?At first glance this may look like your typical 'Zelda game' made using ZQuest. But, while being Zelda-like, and using Zelda-esk graphics, it is in fact a game with story, items, and RPG elements having little in common with the Zelda series. This is not completing 9 dungeons to find the Triforce and rescue Zelda. The protagonist doesn't believe in fairy tales. Currency and collected items are spent on ability upgrades (there will be grinding). There are 5 sub-screens and an entirely different save system (somewhat reminiscent of Ocarina of Time). And the enemies only look like the ones in Zelda games, the shoot bombs, arrow arrays, flame thrower jets, fly and jump around to places the player cannot go (and they're HARD). Enemies don't just walk around and shoot in the expected semi-random patternistic way, they know where the player is; not just for aiming, but for avoiding as well. While many Zelda games feature a great deal of 90 degree squareness, this game has very little. The world and level design features a great deal of organic and asymmetrical design. The player is not limited to shooting projectiles in 4 directions. Some can be fired in _any_ direction and some have a shaped area of effect, such as the flame thrower. But the biggest surprise is when the player defeats the final boss[spoiler=show surprise;close]the game suddenly changes modes and becomes a manic arena shooter. Ya, you beat the game for [b]another game[/b].[/spoiler] Linuxlabelimagesubject
Vangers: One for the Road KranX Productions (K-D Lab)2014 BSDlabelminimizeminimize
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Vampire: The Masquerade: Bloodlines  Activision (Troika Games;White Wolf Game Studio)2004Latest version: 1.2 (as of ?), unofficial: 5.7 (as of ?)***[b]Minimum:[/b]
* Windows 98, ME, 2000 or XP
* 1.2 GHz Athlon or Pentium III CPU
* 384 MB RAM
* 64 MB VRAM
* 3.3 GB free HD space

[b]Recommended:[/b]
* 512 MB RAM
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Vampire: The Masquerade – Redemption  Activision (Nihilistic Software)2000The protagonist joined a crusade for religious reasons even if this motive faded. He is in love with a Christian (Benedictine) nun (of which order?) who definitely values her religion and wants to keep her vows (which was not a given in the 12th century). This nun also values prayer. The protagonist also has religious vows that he clings to. Christian religion has a significant role in the story. Though the game ending greatly depends on the protagonist's conduct, this mechanic is has nothing to do with any real-world faith or religion, it is more of an constructed system of virtue unique to the game.***
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[84]***From official site:

'Before your fall, you led a crusade against evil. Now you've become one of the undead creatures you once battled-a Vampire. Inhabiting the World of Darkness, you must face a series of brutal confrontations with your nemesis, Vukodlak, a powerful vampire lord. Your unholy showdown begins in medieval Europe and rages on into the modern day, as you track a soulless enemy in an eternal struggle to destroy him. For this is the only hope of vengeance for your tortured immortality.'
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Valkyrie Profile: Covenant of the Plume  Square Enix (tri-Ace)2008 Nintendo DSlabelimageminimize
Unplanned AMOUR Unplanned AMOUR group2015 Linuxlabelminimizeminimize
Undertale Toby Fox2017 PS Vitalabelminimizeminimize
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Undertale author2016Developers who "know" how difficult it is to port to Linux should take note:
Developer comments upon learning players were unnofficially running the game natively on Linux, "Oh ****. Is it that easy!"
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Undertale author2015[spoiler=NPC UI interaction spoiler;hide]To a point they interact with your saves, quickloading for example, as well as purposefully removing or Destroying UI buttons.[/spoiler]
[spoiler=Secondary antagonist;Hide]On Pacifist run: Asgore mainly, Undyne to some degree as well.
On Genocide run: pretty much everyone from pacifist run, except the only one you never fought on pacifist.[/spoiler]
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Ultima VII: The Black Gate  Origin1992Came with six 3.5' disks. The original release included a demo of Ultima Underworld on a 5.25' disk. U7 was rerealsed both by Origin and Electronic Arts in many packages that included the sequels/add-ins for U7 (Forge of Virtue, Serpent Isle, The Silver Seed)

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The 7th canonical game in the Ultima series and the first game in Ultima's Age of Armageddon. The player and party can use crossbows and bows. Ingredients can be mixed to bake bread and other things. Cheese is available as food. A variety of items can be crafted into other items. There are pumpkin fields in the game, from which pumpkins can be harvested. Flight of the Bumblebee is played at one point, Rule Britannia is overplayed. There are several prisoners in the game and its this plays into the plot more than once. An addictive medicine in the game is abused by characters and can be abused by the player's character and party, with consequences. Unicorns are mentioned in in-game books and by characters[spoiler=and;and]one can be found by the player also.[/spoiler]

A game engine called Exult allows the game to run on a wide variety of platforms
[Zerothis]***Still one of the best RPG's ever made IMO. The Forge of Virtue was a small expansion released with some packages. Ever wondered how to get this baby to run on Windows? Check here:
[url=http://exult.sourceforge.net]exult.sourceforge.net[/url]
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Ultima VII: The Black Gate  author (Origin;author)?Thanks to a game engine called Exult, Ultima VII: The Black Gate and its addon The Forge of Virtue can be played on a variety of platforms.

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The 7th canonical game in the Ultima series and the first game in Ultima's Age of Armageddon. But, it was never intended to run on Linux. Exult uses SDL for the Linux version. The player and party can use crossbows and bows. Ingredients can be mixed to bake bread and other things. Cheese is available as food. A variety of items can be crafted into other items. There are pumpkin fields in the game, from which pumpkins can be harvested. Flight of the Bumblebee is played at one point, Rule Britannia is overplayed. There are severl prisoners in the game and its this plays into the plot more than once. An addictive medicine in the game is abused by characters and can be abused by the player's character and party, with consequences. Unicorns are mentioned in in-game books and by characters[spoiler=and;and]one can be found by the player also.[/spoiler]
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Ultima VII: The Black Gate  Exult Team (Origin;Exult Team)?Thanks to a game engine called Exult, Ultima VII: The Black Gate and its addon The Forge of Virtue can be played on a variety of platforms.

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The 7th canonical game in the Ultima series and the first game in Ultima's Age of Armageddon. But, it was never intended to run on Linux. Exult uses SDL for the Linux version. The player and party can use crossbows and bows. Ingredients can be mixed to bake bread and other things. Cheese is available as food. A variety of items can be crafted into other items. There are pumpkin fields in the game, from which pumpkins can be harvested. Flight of the Bumblebee is played at one point, Rule Britannia is overplayed. There are severl prisoners in the game and its this plays into the plot more than once. An addictive medicine in the game is abused by characters and can be abused by the player's character and party, with consequences. Unicorns are mentioned in in-game books and by characters[spoiler=and;and]one can be found by the player also.[/spoiler]
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Ultima VII: The Black Gate  Exult Team (Origin;Exult Team)?Thanks to a game engine called Exult, Ultima VII: The Black Gate and its addon The Forge of Virtue can be played on a variety of platforms.

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The 7th canonical game in the Ultima series and the first game in Ultima's Age of Armageddon. But, it was never intended to run on Linux. Exult uses SDL for the Linux version. The player and party can use crossbows and bows. Ingredients can be mixed to bake bread and other things. Cheese is available as food. A variety of items can be crafted into other items. There are pumpkin fields in the game, from which pumpkins can be harvested. Flight of the Bumblebee is played at one point, Rule Britannia is overplayed. There are severl prisoners in the game and its this plays into the plot more than once. An addictive medicine in the game is abused by characters and can be abused by the player's character and party, with consequences. Unicorns are mentioned in in-game books and by characters[spoiler=and;and]one can be found by the player also.[/spoiler]
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Ultima VII: The Black Gate  author (Origin)2001Thanks to a game engine called Exult, Ultima VII: The Black Gate and its addon The Forge of Virtue can be played on a variety of platforms. Plus a few enhancements.

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The character can move seamlessly from above ground to under ground, up or down stars, in and out of buildings, on and off of rooftops, in and out of ships, and take to the air and land. Various magical transportation occurs.
The 8th canonical game in the Ultima series and the first game in Ultima's Age of Armageddon. (Ultima Underworld is canonical, prequil of this game, and the 7th in the series). But, it was never intended to run on Linux. This, and other exult enhancements are sufficient to mark this game as uncanonical. Exult uses SDL for the Linux version with an OpenGL option. The player and party can use crossbows and bows. Ingredients can be mixed to bake bread and other things. Cheese is available as food. A variety of items can be crafted into other items. There are pumpkin fields in the game, from which pumpkins can be harvested. Flight of the Bumblebee is played at one point, Rule Britannia is overplayed. There are several prisoners in the game and this plays into the plot more than once. An addictive medicine in the game is abused by characters and can be abused by the player's character and party, with consequences. Unicorns are mentioned by in-game books and by characters[spoiler=and;and]one can be found by the player also.[/spoiler]. And some coder with nothing better to do has given the engine dance mat compatibility.
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Ultima VII: The Black Gate  ? (Origin)2006Thanks to a game engine called Exult, Ultima VII: The Black Gate and its addon The Forge of Virtue can be played on a variety of platforms.

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The 7th canonical game in the Ultima series and the first game in Ultima's Age of Armageddon. But, it was never intended to run on Windows. Exult uses SDL for the Linux version. The player and party can use crossbows and bows. Ingredients can be mixed to bake bread and other things. Cheese is available as food. A variety of items can be crafted into other items. There are pumpkin fields in the game, from which pumpkins can be harvested. Flight of the Bumblebee is played at one point, Rule Britannia is overplayed. There are severl prisoners in the game and its this plays into the plot more than once. An addictive medicine in the game is abused by characters and can be abused by the player's character and party, with consequences. Unicorns are mentioned in in-game books and by characters[spoiler=and;and]one can be found by the player also.[/spoiler]
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