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Universe

DOS - 1994

Also available on: Amiga

Year 1994
Platform DOS
Released in France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom
Genre Adventure
Theme Graphic Adventure, Puzzle elements, Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Publisher Core Design Ltd.
Developer Core Design Ltd.
Perspective 3rd-Person
Dosbox support Fully supported on 0.61
4.79 / 5 - 33 votes

Description of Universe

Universe is a decent sci-fi adventure that features some interesting gadget-oriented puzzles, although the banal plot and bad writing sink the game to obscurity.

Nevertheless, Core Design's second effort in the adventure genre is a better game in every respect than the awful Curse of Enchantia. The interface is also rather awkward, so only those with a lot of patience will go through this long journey through different sparsely-populated planets. It is no wonder why Core never tried their hands at writing another adventure game. Given how popular Tomb Raider has become, they have certainly found their true calling .

Review By HOTUD

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Comments and reviews

BR1M 2023-11-17 0 point DOS version

Had to play this game in cpucycle = MAX in DOSBOX setting

Many a times the character Boris will get struck at corners in the game.
Once got crash out with "Stupid value passed in Get_Segment"

bree 2019-08-15 0 point DOS version

@NEIL B, Did roland music make it in somehow? Any special builds out there? Were you at EastPoint?

Manos 2019-04-14 2 points Amiga version

I think this is my all-time favourite adventure game. The graphics, atmosphere, soundtrack are amazing, the story is great (cliche but nice) and the gameplay is fine (only minor problems). I really wish someone will remake it (not in the cartoon way Lucas Adventure Games were remade though). Still, I'm playing this one every now and then when I don't have any new adventure game to play. 5/5 from me!

Zavier 2018-12-07 0 point

I had a friend that had a multi disk (5 1/4") game for the Apple IIe called Universe. Wonder if this was it?

Neil B 2018-06-27 13 points DOS version

I wrote the PC version. I can't say converted, as it was a big job to try and get the scenes etc loading and working - lots of original code. Apart from the fact - this was changing all the time, I did enjoy wrting it - and I'm amazed people still play it!
Slightly biased but this version was better than the Amiga, coz! :-)

Scotland 2018-06-03 1 point Amiga version

An underrated game and now slightly forgotten. If you get this play the DOS version, it's much better than the Amiga version (faster, better sound and more colors).

MNK 2015-08-08 0 point DOS version

This Game Are Awesome !

mitsubi 2014-08-23 0 point DOS version

gem. ps.dos version got amazing music there

Amigian 2014-03-09 2 points DOS version

This game was something special for amiga users. it was the first (and only) one using 256 colours on ANY Amiga - even on a simple A500.
Thats why i bought it. I loved the atmosphere and spent hours with this one

wiczi 2012-08-20 2 points DOS version

How can i save the game?

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