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Code-Name: Iceman

Code-Name: Iceman is a graphic adventure game developed and published by Sierra On-Line in 1989. Designed by Jim Walls, known for his work on the "Police Quest" series, "Code-Name: Iceman" blends elements of adventure, puzzle-solving, and espionage in a Cold War-era setting.
In the game, players assume the role of John Westland, a United States Navy submarine commander, who is tasked with a high-stakes mission involving international intrigue and espionage. The plot unfolds across multiple locations, including Washington D.C., Moscow, and the Caribbean.
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DOS
Rating
4.14 / 5.00 (49 votes)

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Code-Name: Iceman review

Computer Gaming World (1990): "Code-Name: Iceman has a lot to offer. If you are a regular Sierra fan or simply a regular guy/gal who likes James Bond Movies, this is a game that you will probably not want to miss."

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Status: abandonware
Input: keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk
Also published for: Amiga, Atari ST
Abandonware DOS views: 13019

Comments

  • AbandonwareDOS 19/12/2015 18:27
    @Jurjen: I've always found action (or similar) sequences in adventure games the worst thing a designer could put in a game. Star Trek and Rise of the Dragon come to mind.
  • Jurjen Bakker 19/12/2015 17:22
    I played the game at least ten times. All the way to that irritating submarine-simulator and no further. Problem is that when you are a split second too late in perform some action, it is 'game over'. I want to play that part with the YouTube-playthrough in a small corner of the screen and copy all the actions. Otherwise it is impossible to get through that part!!
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