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Halloween Harry

Halloween Harry is a DOS science fiction multi-directional scroller shooter game. Halloween Harry - later renamed Alien Carnage - was published by Apogee, developed by Interactive Binary Illusions and designed by John Passfield and Robert Crane.
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Alien Carnage was originally titled Halloween Harry, and was released under this title for its first two versions. After v1.2, Apogee suggested to the developers that the title should be changed because it might be viewed as a seasonal Halloween-themed game, limiting sales during the rest of the year.

In 1996 a sequel called Zombie Wars was released. This game takes place three years after the original story.

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Also known as: Alien Carnage

Input: keyboard, mouse, joystick, gamepad

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom

Also published for: Windows

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