Mega lo Mania
Mega lo Mania is an old DOS strategy game, developed by Sensible Software, designed by Jon Hare, Chris Yates and published by UBI Soft in 1992. It's available for download.
What they thought about it
"About an hour of experimentation is required before you can really get into Mega lo Mania, but once you're in, you'll have serious trouble tearing yourself away. If there wasn't a SAVE game option, there might have been some very nasty cases of skeletons found sitting slumped over PC keyboards. It's all down to the insinctiveness of the design and the clever way in which the strategy has been constructed. Unfortunately, there's unlikely to be much compulsion to carry on once all the epochs have been conquered." - ACE magazine
Downloads for Mega lo Mania
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Player modes: single player
Input: joystick, keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk
Graphics: EGA, Tandy, VGA
Sound cards supported: Adlib, Pro Audio Spectrum, PC speaker, Roland, Sound Blaster
Abandonware DOS views: 5763
- Dyz - 01/09/2018 03:01We're running out of Elephants! (I think it was supposed to say elements but it sounded like elephants)
- Mike R - 24/03/2017 08:42I played Mega-lo-mania on the Sega Megadrive. I adored the game, just a fun strategy game with plenty of humour. An original idea which made it stand out from the Sim Cities, Command & Conquers, Populus games of the time. Worth a bit of a go!
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