It is August 1991, the USSR has only a few days left before its tremendous collapse and KGB officer Maksim Rukov has been moved, without explanation, to the newly formed Department P which investigates KGB corruption and roots out possible double-agents and traitors.
The game's interface and engine is based heavily on Cryo's
previous game, Dune
, using the same point-and-click system, and a pseudo first-person perspective. The game also allowed players to rewind to the beginning of chapters to correct mistakes they had made.
KGB was later re-released in an "enhanced" CD-ROM version featuring new video sections of actor Donald Sutherland
as Rukov's father, giving hints and clues whenever needed. The game was also re-titled Conspiracy
for this re-release.
- "Conspiracy" -- Enhanced CD-ROM release title
Part of the Following Groups
The Press Says
||90 out of 100
||83 out of 100
||81 out of 100
|Just Games Retro
||Jan 07, 2007
||78 out of 100
||73 out of 100
||Apr 16, 1994
||3 out of 5
|PC Player (Germany)
||59 out of 100
||Jun 18, 2004
|Adventure Classic Gaming
||Nov 15, 2009
||Aug 06, 2010
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KGB used the same adventure system that drove Dune
, Cryo's previous and most famous game, but without the strategy elements.
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