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Beneath a Steel Sky

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Also known as:
  • BASS (common abbreviation)
  • Beyond The Abyss (working title)
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Publisher:
Category: Adventure
Year: 1994
More details: MobyGames
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DOSBox: Supported (show details)
Rating: ****

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File File type File size
steelsky.zip
executable: SKY.EXE
Full version
MS-DOS
67,874 kB
(66.28 MB)

Download full version

You can download the full version of Beneath a Steel Sky from the websites listed below.

Game titleDownload site
Beneath a Steel SkyGOG.com
Beneath a Steel SkyDotEmu.com

Instruction/comment

NOTE: This game can be played under Windows using the ScummVM engine recreation (see the links section below).

Screenshots

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Description (by MobyGames)

In futuristic Australia, there are giant cities owned solely by corporations, separated by a giant wasteland known as The Gap. When Robert Foster's Gap-dwelling tribe is killed by soldiers from Union City who capture him, everything changes for him. After a narrow escape from the helicopter bringing him there as it inexplicably crashes, Robert and his droid Joey must search the decaying city, attempting to befriend both the snobby rich and the frustrated poor as the two attempt to get out of the city, but in the middle of everything they uncover the dark truth about LINC, the bizarre computer which makes the city tick.

Using the then revolutionary Virtual Theatre engine, BASS' characters can move freely independent of the player, allowing the game world to be much more dynamic than anything seen before (other than Virtual Theatre's debut game, the less popular Lure of the Temptress). Otherwise, the engine provides tried and true point-and-click adventure gameplay.

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Beneath a Steel Sky


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