Abandonware DOS title

Wasteland

Wasteland is turn-based open world rpg game designed by Ken St. André, Brian Fargo, Alan Pavlish, Michael A. Stackpole, developed by Interplay Productions and released by Electronic Arts in 1988. Wasteland runs on DOS. Wasteland is part of the Wasteland game series.
DOS classic award
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Wasteland review

Computer Gaming World (CGW): "A fascinating science fiction story set in a post-nuclear world of disintegrating technology, dysfunctional society and mutant organisms, Wasteland was the first game many of us played where the other members of the player's adventuring party acted like "real" people instead of inventory cabinets with names and automatons with skill sets. Ask the party to divvy up the cash and one or more might refuse. Try to get a party member to cough up his/her last clip of ammo? No way! But don't take our word for it. Play it yourself."

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One of the other features of Wasteland was the inclusion of a printed collection of paragraphs which the game would instruct the player to read at the appropriate times. These paragraphs described encounters and conversations, contained clues, and added to the overall texture of the game.

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Additional info about Wasteland

Status: NOT abandonware
Input: keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk
Abandonware DOS views: 18362
Series: Wasteland is part of the Wasteland series.
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