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Unnatural selection (1993)

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Unnatural selection is a old DOS science fiction life / social simulation simulation game developed by Maxis in 1993 from an original idea by Jim Simmons - Peter Fokos - Nicholas Corea. Unnatural selection can be enjoyed by up to 1 player from a other, not conventional perspective. Unnatural selection can be described by the keywords: science fiction. Unnatural selection is available for download.

Unnatural selection downloads


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All the screenshots were taken by Abandonware DOS.
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Trivia, facts, etc.

  • multiplayer:
    single player only
  • input:
    keyboard, mouse
  • graphics:
  • sound:
    Sound Blaster
  • popularity: 4011 page views
  • DOSBox compatibility:
    • v 0.74
      80% - supported
    • v 0.63
      100% - fully supported


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