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Total Eclipse

Total Eclipse is an old DOS action adventure game developed by Major Developments in 1988 from an original idea by Ian Andrew - Paul Gregory. Total Eclipse can be enjoyed in single player mode from a 1st person, 3D perspective. It's available for download.
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Total Eclipse was the third game to use the Freescape engine, which allowed the production of full three-dimensional environments using filled polygons in which the player could move around freely. However, the engine was improved for this release, adding spheres to collection of shapes used for building the 3D environments.

Like the previous Freescape games developed by Incentive Software, Total Eclipse takes place from the point of view of the main character, who can move freely within the 3D environment of the game. This time, however, the emphasis is more on adventure, puzzle-solving and survival; with multi-level environments to move around and explore.

players: single player

input: keyboard, joystick

graphics: CGA, EGA, Hercules, Tandy

sound: PC speaker

Abandonware DOS popularity: very low

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