Chronomaster (1995)

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A retired designer of "pocket universes" is enlisted to track down someone putting those universes into stasis.

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In the distant future, the wealthy can afford "pocket universes"--dimensions split off from our own, private paradises for their owners where even the physical laws may be altered. Designing these realms becomes a new art form, and one renowned designer, Rene Korda, is now living in comfortable retirement aboard his ship the Jester. But a representative of the Terran Government contacts Korda, telling him a mysterious criminal is sending one pocket universe after another into stasis, shutting down time itself within their boundaries. Reluctantly, Korda agrees to reactivate the universes and track down the criminal. Ultimately, he learns the culprit is a former student of his, and the wealth behind the victimized universes came from the rape and destruction of a peaceful world two decades before. Written by Anonymous

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Trying to be a star trek game
11 May 2006 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I have played a lot of adventures on my pc before becoming an addict to Xbox and playstation 2. Most of these games were a lot of fun and exciting! This game is a so called point and click adventure with good voice acting. The graphics even for that time are awful. The puzzles were annoying and overall the gameplay was no fun! It can be compared to Star Trek adventure games themewise. But there is no humor, no tension and very little story. There has to be a story in these kind of games and if there is no story then the gameplay should be excellent to compensate the lack of story. This game doesn't deliver the same quality as other related adventure games. So why should i play this game! You shouldn't! Play gabriel knight or space quest instead.


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