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Amiga CD32
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As the title implies, Gloom is an attempt at recreating Doom for the Amiga. In 1995 this was a big target for programmers, as it was felt that the Amiga 1200 was capable of bringing the first person 3D action to life.

Gloom was written by New Zealand's respected Acid Software team, and published by Guildhall who supported the Amiga heavily in its later years. The emphasis was placed on action, rather than collecting keys and negotiating through maps.


Gloom Amiga Powerful but slow moving robot
Gloom Amiga Final showdown with firing robots
Gloom Amiga "Underkill" promotion - another game by Gloom authors
Gloom Amiga CD32 I just died.

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Amiga Games Amiga CD32 Oct, 1995 90 out of 100 90
Amiga Games Amiga Sep, 1995 90 out of 100 90


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