Enter the virtual world of Under A Killing Moon, where it is December 2042, and you, as Tex Murphy, must stop the forces of evil before they destroy mankind and rob you of your next unemployment check. This thrilling and hilarious adventure is unlike anything you've seen before.Read full description
Enter the virtual world of Under A Killing Moon, where it is December 2042, and you, as Tex Murphy, must stop the forces of evil before they destroy mankind and rob you of your next unemployment check. This thrilling and hilarious adventure is unlike anything you've seen before.
The graphics quality, the fascinating, believable characters, and complete freedom of movement will make you feel like you've actually walked through the screen and become the main character in a rich, intriguing mystery movie.
Starring Brian Keith, Margot Kidder, and Russell Means. Features the voice of James Earl Jones.
Access Software's Under A Killing Moon features:
Four CDs of unparalleled graphics and sound.
Full freedom of movement, explore where, when and what you want!
Be part of an exciting comedy thriller!
Top-notch Hollywood talent.
Extensive built-in hints.
An interface that makes interaction intuitive and simple.
Full fidelity 16 bit 22Khz sound.
Under a Killing Moon is another part of the detective story of Tex Murphy, this time the game was made in the convention of an interactive movie. Fortunately, this has not affected the game's playability. Unlike many other games released in this form, here we still have a racial adventure transposed into the 3D environment and with the addition of many acting scenes. There are a lot of them, but they do not feel that they dominate the gameplay, but rather are a good complement to it. The story of the game is interesting and complex, with a whole bunch of characters. Greap part of a interactive history.
Darth Vader is here. No, seriously, you will hear the guy who voiced Darth Vader in this game, and I mean James Earl Jones, indeed. The game will probably amuse you with its visual style. The age of these digitized images in adventure games is already gone, and I think we should be happy about it, but it was all the rage back when the game was released. And if you can ignore the fact that it looks amusing now, the game is actually pretty good for the 20 years that passed since it was released. So let's make it 50 points + 10 for Vader.
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