Description of Continuum
An excellent action game similar in graphics style to Virus but much more unique in gameplay, Alpha Waves is hard to describe-- the physical objective of the game is to maneuver a polygon craft toward the exit on each level, but in "Emotion" play, all the levels are put in the context of different areas of a human brain. Very innovative and difficult on later levels.
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Comments and reviews
gabo 2020-09-26 0 point DOS version
este juego fue muy importante porque gracias a el existen los juegos de plataformas en 3d de hoy en dia ademas es super adictivo pero lo malo esque hay partes donde te caes y tienes que reiniciar el nivel y con ese estilo poligonal si sientes que es tu cerebro lo recomiendo para pasar el rato
c3d 2019-10-12 2 points
I wrote this game. The PC version was adapted by Frederick Raynal, who later reused the 3D graphics approach to create Alone in the Dark.
The original title was "Alpha Waves".
indstr 2014-02-08 0 point DOS version
I didn't discover this until later, around 1994 on my 486. Absolutely amazing game. Great gameplay, great atmosphere, beautiful music. It was a "lost game" for me for a while until I "recovered" it later on. Great stuff!
pws 2011-09-19 1 point DOS version
My parents had to limit my time playing this game because I would end up so disoriented after playing it. Finally they just confiscated it. I remember having a ton of fun though :)
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