Multi-sequence

Video game concept

Played across multiple sequences with entirely different look & feel from each other (multiple types of gameplay).

280
games
45
platforms

The first video game about Multi-sequence was released in 1982.

Activision, Ocean and Mindscape has published most of these games

Related:
* Multi-phased
* Inconsistent sequences
* Hybrid
Limitations:
* This is NOT for minigames.
* Although this is NOT for perspective switching, such is often accompanied by the mode change.
* Combat mode, stealth mode, QTEs, overworld, and interludes should be ignored for this in most cases. And anything similar to such.
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Platforms

Amiga 39
MS-DOS 37
C64 35
Atari ST 30
Amstrad CPC 26
ZX Spectrum 24
NES 10
Windows 8
Apple II E 7
MSX 7
Tandy Coco 4
Mega Drive 4
Atari 400/800 4
Amstrad PCW 3
Arcade 3
SNES 3
Thomson 3
GB 2
PS2 2
BBC 2
GBA 2
Tatung Einstein 2
Flash 1
Xbox One 1
CD-I 1
Coleco Adam 1
Apple IIGS 1
VG5000 1
Atari 2600 1
Wii 1

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