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DOS - 1994

Also available on: Amiga

Year 1994
Platform DOS
Released in France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, United States
Genre Action
Theme Arcade, SHMUP, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Shooter
Publisher Psygnosis Limited, Team17 Software Limited
Developer Team17 Software Limited
Perspectives 2D scrolling, Side view
4.42 / 5 - 36 votes

Description of Project-X

Project-X, a really nice action game sold in 1994 for DOS, is available and ready to be played again! Also available on Amiga, time to play an arcade, sci-fi / futuristic, shooter and shmup video game title.

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Comments and reviews

Marls 2023-12-16 0 point DOS version

Figured out the controls, ignore the manual.

P: Pause
M: Toggle HUD
Space: Fire
Tab: Select powerup

KarlosJackel 2022-09-14 0 point Amiga version

I just bought a copy of Project-X from a certain auction site, and guess what? Disk 1 is dead! The first game I buy in years... [How dare magnetic media dying after 20 years... right?]
Anyways, had this game in '93.. maybe '94. I loved the awesome soundtrack, hard game play though, but the graphics were amazing.
I used to have my Amiga connected to my Hi-Fi and load the game just to hear the music!

Team-17 have a reputation for quality games and this didn't disappoint!

Z 2020-02-05 2 points

This was an awesome game back in the 90s. Brings up lots of memories

vladtheman 2019-05-23 1 point Amiga version

Tough game, but a cracking sound track. Used to load it just to listen to it.

Hajlabajla 2019-02-03 0 point

The gamÄ™ with jeep and Chopper Was silkworm

krashd 2016-09-16 1 point Amiga version

I hate R-Type style games but I always loved Project X, just as I hated top down racing games but fell in love with Overdrive. Both these games were made by Team 17, they had a serious knack for picking a genre and making a fantastic game in that genre then moving on to an entirely different genre. Body Blows was another they did and it was hugely succesful... What a genius developer they were for the Amiga! They really should have been able to move from 16bit to 32bit like DMA Design, Digital Illusions and Bullfrog who went on to become Rockstar North, DICE and Lionhead Studios respectively.

Sparky 2015-12-11 2 points

I have been searching for this for so long... this really needs to be re-made for the playstation platform. Best retro game ever.

gudge78 2015-02-25 0 point DOS version

Project X was probably the best and toughest side scrolling shooter on the Amiga in the early nineties except for Silkworm but nobody remembers that either. A side scrolling 2player with 1 in a jeep and 1 in a chopper, genius. Any1 remember it? 1 of the first 2p games back in the day, me and me bro were into streets of rage and sonic and tails tho:) I was never Sonic:( but i kicked his ass at streets of rage.

indstr 2014-02-11 0 point DOS version

Never heard of it, looks sweet though

markegiani 2013-04-10 0 point DOS version

The best space shooter ever ! It was a little bit tough though, but with beautiful graphics and superb sound.

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