DOS - 1994
Description of Quarantine
One of the first truly irreverent and unpretentiously violent games, Quarantine has achieved cult classic status among action gamers as one of the few games that provide pure, unfiltered, visceral fun of killing pedestrians and everything else that got in your way.
The game even has a novel plot: pick up fares and various missions in your struggle to make out as a cab driver in futuristic Kamu city. Graphics and sounds are great by 1995 standards, and like the excellent Grand Theft Auto that followed in its footsteps 3 years later, you have complete freedom to ignore the grand plot as long as you like. "Postal" games don't get better than this. My advice: buy a flamethrower as soon as you can <EG>
Review By HOTUD
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Comments and reviews
poormanisme 2016-01-28 -1 point
carmageddon is WAY BETTER than this game,
my biggest problem is the control(keyboard), I felt
as if I was the metal ball in a pinball machine as I seem
to BOUNCE of almost everything I hit. if it wasn't for this problem
and the unresponsive control then I probably would have enjoyed
this game more. but hey at least it works without the @#^^%$& cdrom drive
needing to be mounted like some OTHER games here.
indstr 2014-02-11 2 points DOS version
Ahaha. This game was mad! It is kinda like Crazy Taxi, except it came out first, and you could mount machine guns and flame throwers on the roof of your car and run over civilians. Craaazy and fun.
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