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A.D. 2044: Seksmisja (Atari 8-bit)

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Description

A.D. 2044: Seksmisja is an adventure game, loosely based on the Polish film Seksmisja. The protagonist is a man cryogenically frozen in modern times and thawed years later, in a world populated only by women. The goal of the game is to escape your imprisonment, and perhaps somehow restore your gender to existence.

The screen shows the room that the player is in, as well as the inventory on the left and a map on the right. The game uses a "point-and-click" interface: the player moves the cursor around using the joystick, and presses FIRE to bring up a menu with interaction options for the selected object. Frequently, the game shows closeups of objects such as drawers and lockers in a separate, small window. A button below the first-person view allows to walk in any direction where there's an exit. Up to four items can be carried at a time, and items can only be dropped in specific spots. The protagonist must regularly eat food, otherwise he will starve into a game over.

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A.D. 2044: Seksmisja Atari 8-bit Inside the elevator
A.D. 2044: Seksmisja Atari 8-bit Communication desk
A.D. 2044: Seksmisja Atari 8-bit Using an item
A.D. 2044: Seksmisja Atari 8-bit Oropaganda slogan

Alternate Titles

  • "A.D. 2044: Czyli Sexmisja" -- In-game title

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Secret Service / New S Service Jun, 1994 100 out of 100 100
Top Secret Jul, 1992 4 out of 5 80

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Trivia

Development

The opening credits state that the game was written "in a dialect of the GAM FORTH language".

Legacy

A Windows remake was released in 1996.

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JudgeDeadd (10669) added A.D. 2044: Seksmisja (Atari 8-bit) on Jul 30, 2011