Abandonware DOS title


OverKill is a free shooter game designed by Ste Cork, developed by Tech-Noir and released by Epic MegaGames in 1992. OverKill runs on DOS.
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There are two versions of the game, the shareware version, and the commercial version. The shareware version allows the user to play planets one and two, while the commercial version grants access to all six planets. Ste Cork declared the registered version freeware on July 23, 2008.

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Status: freeware
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  • Fast-paced 286 compatible shooter with awesome Adlib soundtrack 21/03/2021 23:34
    Don't be deceived by the EGA colour palette, this is a quality game. The EGA implementation is very well done (similar to Commander Keen). This game is a must-play if you own a 286. The Adlib soundtrack is amazing! The game has no sound blaster SFX unfortunately (similar to Silpheed), so I recommend turning off the SFX and just enjoy the music. There are six stages in total.
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