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DOS - 1996

Also available on: Windows 3.x

Year 1996
Platform DOS
Released in France, Germany
Genre Action
Theme Naval, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Shooter
Publisher American Softworks Corporation
Developer Virtual Studio
Perspective Side view
5 / 5 - 6 votes

Description of S.T.O.R.M.

In 1996, American Softworks Corporation publishes S.T.O.R.M. on DOS. Also published on Windows 3.x, this action game is abandonware and is set in a naval, sci-fi / futuristic and shooter themes.

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Comments and reviews

Roman 2023-06-23 0 point

Hey guys,

maybe someone is reading this.

i want to play this game since years, loved it when i was a child.
How can i run it ?

Dont know how to act with the files :(

Contact me:

Greetings :)

MAKI 2021-04-16 -2 points DOS version


How to start a game?
He reading a cd rom

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DOS Version

Windows 3.x Version

S.T.O.R.M. is a horrendous 3D underwater action game developed by ASC Games back when they were known as American Softworks.

Your goal in this sci-fi action fest is simple: kill everything in sight by piloting a futuristic submarine called S.T.O.R.M.. Decent graphics and plenty of weapons can't save the game from mediocrity. The levels all look the same, with very little to liven up the drab blue of background graphics, and the enemies are ridiculously easy to kill. I can't think of any redeeming value in this game at all - especially when there are far better games of the same type: Sub Culture and Subwar 2050 comes to mind. This Real Dog is best left alone, unless you are a pack-rat who must collect every game ever made, no matter how bad it is ;) A commercial flop that is well deserved.

Review By HOTUD

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