Kronolog: The Nazi Paradox (DOS)

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Kronolog is a graphic adventure that is based in an alternate world in which the Nazis won the Second World War and subsequently enforced world domination. The world as it is now in a state of decay from excess pollution, environmental problems, and similar blights. Players take the part of Hoffman, a member of the government who is in search of his missing son.

The game uses a standard 2D-adventure interaction system. There are a series of icons that are clicked to achieve the desired action.

Kronlog features VGA graphics and includes a series of voiceovers and digitized pictures for specific conversations.


Kronolog: The Nazi Paradox DOS The game uses a simple black screen with plain text to cover the location switches.
Kronolog: The Nazi Paradox DOS You'll be seeing that pop-up window a lot believe me.
Kronolog: The Nazi Paradox DOS Your headquarters at Hoffman Envirotek.
Kronolog: The Nazi Paradox DOS Making a makeshift counterweight system... eat that  MacGyver!

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Alternate Titles

  • "Red Hell" -- European title

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Critic Reviews

MikroBitti Feb, 1994 76 out of 100 76
PC Joker Jun, 1994 64 out of 100 64
PC Zone Jun, 1994 60 out of 100 60
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Jul, 1994 7 out of 12 58
Adventurearchiv Jul 29, 2003 52 out of 100 52
PC Review UK Jun, 1994 3 out of 10 30
PC Player (Germany) Aug, 1994 28 out of 100 28
Score Aug, 1994 19 out of 100 19
High Score Nov, 1994 0 out of 5 0


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it's not aka red hell 2 Foxhack (12926)
Jun 10, 2009


Version differences

In the German Red Hell version of the game, the gameplay is the same, but the story arc has been changed significantly. The world is there conquered by Soviet Union instead of Nazi Germany. Instead of Nazism, the game has many references to Soviet culture. Even the main character is named "Mark Constantine" (a Russian surname) instead of "Mark Hoffman" (a German surname, from the original version) Other than that, everything is same.

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Zovni (9307) added Kronolog: The Nazi Paradox (DOS) on Aug 24, 2001