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DOS - 1991

Alt names D/Generation: Virtual Reality meets Action Adventure, D/Generation HD
Year 1991
Platform DOS
Released in United States
Genre Action
Theme Puzzle elements, Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Publisher Mindscape, Inc.
Developer Software Toolworks, Inc., The
Perspectives Isometric, Bird's-eye view
4.19 / 5 - 32 votes

Description of D/Generation

In 1991, Mindscape, Inc. publishes D/Generation on DOS. This action game is now abandonware and is set in a sci-fi / futuristic and puzzle elements.

Comments and reviews

Fox 2018-06-10 4 points

Soros, no idea what you have been smoking but.. i suggest you limit it a tiny

KC 2018-04-24 -1 point

Oh yes, were all shaking in our boots.......

George Soros 2017-02-13 2 points

Here's some words of wisdom for you comment posting idiots. You people think your opinions are so important and that you possess some natural-born expertise. But take it from ME, a REAL expert, when I say your comments are even more stupider than you people making them. Now I have a lot of experience, so when I say something, it counts. That's because I'm very important and I know what I'm talking about, unlike feeble-minded you. I see you want to retort by posting a reply, do you? PSHAW!!! You can't post a reply to me because you're speechless, and you're too AFRAID. Besides, no one wants to hear your stupidness anyway.

Do you know who I am? I have 9 black belts, 15 Masters degrees and a PhD in Applied Arithmetic. That's right, you know I'm way better than you, and all my fans and supporters will gladly tell you how great and awesome I am! Have you seen my power level? It's over 9000! You know what that means? It means I have more than 9000 units of POWER. It also puts my total adjusted force rating at 22000! That's more than triple, so you don't want to make me mad because anger is my middle name, and I have the legal right to sexually harass you.

Remember: He who laughs last, laughs last. So, go ahead, I dare you to write a reply to my comment. I DOUBLE dare you to write a reply to my comment. But I know you won't reply to my comment because you're all too AFRAID.

Jerad 2015-09-04 -5 points

You can finally get this on the iOS store! (Tired of using a emulator for this one TBH)

SamoanGirl-TraceyTHompson 2014-06-30 -3 points DOS version

One of the Best Computer Video Games like 20+ years ago. Please anybody make a Virtual Reality game for this. Love this Game.

vanrocka90 2014-04-14 -3 points DOS version

fantastic childhood game

Cuauhrkr 2013-12-10 0 point DOS version

The very best game of my childhood!!
I played this with mi cousins. Is hard as hell, but that makes it the best.
Passwords, puzzles, speed runs, etc., this have everything you need to enjoy a beautiful game.

exit 2013-10-04 -2 points DOS version

This game is awesome! Crazy difficult, I was never able to get past one of the later floors, guess it's time to try it again well over a decade later.

Solar 2012-06-08 -2 points DOS version

I remember it being crazy difficult when I was young.

MK 2012-04-30 -2 points DOS version

Reminds my childhood!

bill445 2010-10-02 1 point DOS version

great game

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