Chamber of the Sci-Mutant Priestess

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Chamber of the Sci-Mutant Priestess

DOS - 1989

Also released on: Amiga - Atari ST

Alt names KULT: The Temple of Flying Saucers, Kult
Year 1989
Platform DOS
Released in Canada, France, Germany, United Kingdom, United States
Genre Adventure
Theme Post-Apocalyptic, Psychic powers, Puzzle elements, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Turn-based
Publisher Data East USA, Inc., Infogrames Europe SA
Developer ERE Informatique, Exxos
Perspective 1st-Person
4 / 5 - 14 votes

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Description of Chamber of the Sci-Mutant Priestess

A true cult classic, this is an original, weird adventure in the best tradition of Exxos (maker of the equally weird Captain Blood and Purple Saturn Day).

I gave up trying to summarize the wacky plot-- suffice to say that you're Raven, an alien equipped with sci-powers who must rescue the future leader of your people from the evil Protozorqs. Gameplay uses a standard icon-based interface, with some novel twists.

Similar to Zork, you can cast various spells (here called "sci powers") that range from night vision to walking on walls. Unfortunately, most puzzles can easily be solved by using sci powers, and there are very few instances that require you to use items in your inventory. Still, the original plot, great atmosphere, and fun sci powers make up for the game's extremely short length.

Recommended, but only to novice adventurers or Exxos fans.

Review By HOTUD

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Comments and reviews

larry 2022-01-20 1 point

steam just offers the dos version and doesn't let other versions for free.

so, how are we supposed to play other versions? are they left to die?!?!?!

Caticorn 2019-03-17 6 points DOS version

I love how every Exxos game is so uniquely unlike every other game you'll ever play.

ComradeLB 2018-09-20 1 point DOS version

how do you save and load in this game. I cant seem to get it to work?

Bob 2015-08-15 1 point

I whacked to the chick on th cover of this game when I was 7 years old hahaha

xn0 2015-03-23 4 points DOS version

I remember playing this on the Amiga back in the 80s/90s. It was called KULT in Europe. Very weird and kinda franco-belgian comics related. I loved the strange atmosphere, things like the "Gauss-Foetus" at the upper left corner were unsettling and puzzling at the same time. EXXOS made some really thematically messed-up games, but that made me like them even more. I mean, who comes up with fictional developers like "Arbeit von Spacekraft" ? Recommended.

Hofnarr 2012-03-05 0 point DOS version

Great game, i´ve played it for hours years ago. Thanks for sharing.

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ManualEnglish version 4 MB (DOS)

Other Releases

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Atari ST

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