Dune is an old DOS science fiction strategy game, developed by Cryo Interactive Entertainment, designed by Rémi Herbulot - Didier Bouchon and published by Virgin Interactive in 1992. Dune was based on a novel. It's available for download.
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Input: keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk, cd-rom
Sound cards supported: Adlib, Roland, Sound Blaster
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- Donald Maier - 10/04/2020 20:14This is not the original release that I played when the game first came out. Firstly, the dunes are different. Actually, there are no dunes anymore. Secondly, the game is corrupted with events happening out of order or game flow not working correctly. Thirdly, because of those errors, you can not win the game as certain critical missions can not be completed. It's as though you were playing the game after giving the wrong game codes so it was compromised. Finally, don't waste your time playing this version unless you just want to get a feel for the game.
- latogato - 11/08/2018 23:09It was a long time ago but as far as i remember this game is somehow casual but very atmospheric. I loved to met new characters, i loved the story and i had no problem with the strategy part. I would say it is more an adventure game than a strategy.
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