Abandonware DOS title

Berlin 1948

Berlin 1948 is an old DOS point & click adventure game developed by Time Warp Software in 1989 from an original idea by Stefan Graf. Berlin 1948 can be enjoyed in single player mode from a top down perspective. It's available for download.
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Additional info

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Berlin 1948 was the first video game to incorporate an audio cassette in the actual gameplay. Since the speech synthesizers of the time were not very sophisticated, and recorded sound took up too much disk space, the game designers took an inventive approach. At different times during the game (such as the Intro and other cinematic sequences) you are asked to play the appropriate audio clip on a home cassette deck.

players: single player

input: keyboard, mouse

graphics: CGA, VGA, EGA

popularity: low

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