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Zero Critical (Macintosh)

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Description

Rheom 1 is a terrestrial planet of eternal daylight. Recently, a research facility has been established there, with a group of scientists working on a mysterious Satin Project. However, strange events begin to happen there. The head of the project, Dr. Victoria Fayn, has killed another scientist, allegedly in self-defense. The Interstellar Transportation Commission sends an agent named Chatt Rhuller to investigate the incident. As Chatt is prevented from leaving the research facility, he begins to realize that something far more sinister is going on, and is determined to get to the bottom of the mystery.

Zero Critical is a third-person adventure game. The player interacts with the environment by using a point-and-click interface. Most of the gameplay is dedicated to gathering clues by having conversations with the characters (including the choice of different topics), as well as solving predominantly inventory-based puzzles.

Screenshots

There are no Macintosh screenshots for this game.

There are 28 other screenshots on file for other versions of this game.


Alternate Titles

  • "Satin Rift" -- Working Title

User Reviews

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The Press Says

Just Adventure 2000 A- 91
All Game Guide 1998 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
Just Adventure Jul, 1999 F 0

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Trivia

Predecessors

The game is a direct sequel to Majestic Part I: Alien Encounter, a game developed and released by Istvan Pely while he was still in college. It is also an indirect sequel to Symbiocom.

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Dragom (4315) added Zero Critical (Macintosh) on Apr 23, 2006
Other platforms contributed by j. jones (1641)