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Blood Money

Blood Money is an abandoned DOS science fiction shooter game, developed by DMA Design, designed by David Jones and published by Psygnosis in 1990. It's available for download.
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"The PC version has arrived and it's just as groovy. Blood Money takes you on a safari through four alien worlds. Forget Cliff Michelmore and tool up with helicopter gunships, submarines and neuron bombs as you go after the local big game without a care in the cosmos or a World Wildlife Fund on your back. Great graphics and sound and enough weaponry and action to satisfy most firepower freaks. This is murderously mindblowing stuff." - Zero Magazine Issue 06 (1990)

Input: joystick

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