Harvester (1996)

Video Game  |  Adventure, Horror, Comedy  |  1996 (USA)
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Steve, a man in his early twenties, one day wakes up to find himself in the sick, backwards town of Harvest.



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Credited cast:
Mary Allen ...
Mom / Mrs. Pottsdam / Generic PTA Moms
Christopher Reagan Ammons ...
Jimmy James (as Christopher Ammons)
Charles Beecham ...
Postmaster Boyle / Membership Director (as Charlie Beecham)
Matt Bentele ...
Indian #1
Lisa Cangelosi ...
Mr. Johnson
M.R. Eudy ...
Dennis Gyor ...
Indian #2
Danny Hansard ...
Follower #2
Tim Higgins ...
W.D. Hollon ...
Jack Irons ...
Grand Poobah
John Kaufman ...
Kurt Kistler ...
Nelson Knight ...
Sheriff Dwayne


Steve, a man in his early twenties, one day wakes up to find himself in the sick, backwards town of Harvest.

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Various townspeople: You always were a kidder, Steve!
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Interesting game, but could have been better
24 September 2004 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Interesting game... along the lines of MYST mixed with Night Trap.

Made in 1995, it was an early attempt at making a Matrix-styled world (living inside a computer-generated world) which succeeded fairly well. The graphics are a little out-dated (fairly good for its day, but old by now-days standards) and the sound is pretty good for the medium. If it was a movie, it'd easily fall into the B-movie category; but as a game, it has playability (though it's complicated to play). The game itself is fairly fun (if you like puzzles) and if you play it through, it has a decent story to it, though the story if somewhat poorly executed in spots. Overall, I give it a 5 out of 10.

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