KULT: The Temple of Flying Saucers
|KULT: The Temple of Flying Saucers|
Title screen (Amiga)
|Developer(s)||Exxos, ERE informatique|
|Publisher(s)||Infogrames, Data East Corporation (US)|
|Director(s)||Johan Robson (as Arbeit von Spacekraft)|
|Platform(s)||Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS|
Raven, a Tuner, is caught prisoner in the temple of the Protozorqs, and must find his girlfriend, who was also kidnapped, to finally proceed to escape with her. Raven is aware that his quest won't be simple since the Protozorqs, armed with "zapsticks", will gladly kill him if he does anything they dislike.
Versions of the game released for different platforms:
- The Amiga version has OCS graphics, digitized sound effects, and a distinctive opening tune, which is sampled here.
- The MS-DOS version, has either 16-color EGA or Tandy-compatible graphics, 4-color CGA graphics, or 2-color Hercules graphics. Sound effects were PC speaker beeps or Tandy 3-voice music with a continuous background music loop during the game.
Computer Gaming World called the game "an imaginative adventure game" with unusually good graphics and audio. It recommended the game to fans of adventures with puzzles, with the story's short length and abrupt ending the main faults.
- Greenberg, Allen (July–August 1990). "Boy Gets Girl / Data East's "Chamber of the Sci-Mutant Priestess"". Computer Gaming World. p. 35. Retrieved 16 November 2013.
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