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Chasm: The Rift

Game information

Also known as:
  • Chasm: The Shadow Zone (demo version title)
Developer:
Publishers:
Category: First-Person Shooter
Year: 1997
More details: MobyGames
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Game added by: MrFlibble
Violence: !This game includes violence
DOSBox: Supported (show details)

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File File type File size
chasmdem.zip
Playable demo
MS-DOS
5,680 kB
(5.55 MB)
chasmsw.zip
includes installer
executable: chasmsw.exe
Shareware
MS-DOS
8,484 kB
(8.28 MB)
csmtcpip.zip
Update
MS-DOS
4,052 kB
(3.96 MB)

Instruction/comment

The shareware version includes three missions from the full game. The playable demo includes one level from the Egyptian episode.

The file csmtcpip.zip adds Internet play to the full game, and also adds an extra three-level episode with new monsters.

IMPORTANT NOTE: To run Chasm in DOSBox, you need to set CPU cycles to normal.

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Description (by MrFlibble)

A hostile alien force known as the TimeStrikers is staging an invasion of Earth. These creatures use their ability to travel through time to invade and conquer different time periods of mankind's history. As the TimeStrikers attempt to teleport into the late 20 century, a lone special forces operative is sent to stop them. If need be, he should travel through the "time channels" left by the aliens to find a way back to their homeworld and put an end to this threat once and for all.

Chasm: The Rift is a first-person shooter that is quite similar in style to Quake. However, it is more story-driven. Each level starts with a mission briefing, and specific objectives may need to be completed in order to progress through the game. There are four episodes in the game which take place in different time periods: the present day, antiquity (most prominently Ancient Egypt), medieval Europe and finally, the alien dimension. Each episode ends with a boss battle.

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Chasm: The Rift


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