Abandonware DOS title

Flashback: The Quest for Identity

US Gold released Flashback: The Quest for Identity in the year 1993; it's an old science fiction action game, part of the Flashback series. Flashback: The Quest for Identity is abandonware, runs on DOS and can be played in single player mode. It's available for download.
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"Overall, Flashback: The Quest for Identity is an innovative action/adventure game for its time. It combines the best elements of the platform genre with a good dose of puzzles and a captive storyline. In my opinion, this game is definitely amongst the top 10 platform games of all time." - Adventure Classic Gaming

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Additional info

Facts, trivia and collector's notes are licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. These texts use material from this Wikipedia article.

A third game in the series, Flashback Legends, was in development by both Delphine Software International and Adeline Software International for a planned released in 2003, but was cancelled when the company went bankrupt and ceased operations at the end of 2002.

Flashback was and still appears to be mistaken as a sequel to Eric Chahi's videogame Another World. Although both games do share similarities, the storylines are completely different, and there is no major connection between two characters in Flashback.

A two-track CD soundtrack was released featuring music inspired by the game, but not directly from it.

players: single player

input: joystick, keyboard, mouse

distribution: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom

graphics: VGA

sound: Adlib, Roland, Sound Blaster

Abandonware DOS popularity: low

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