D/Generation (Windows 3.x)

D/Generation Windows 3.x Start screen (SVGA)


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Something has gone horribly wrong at Genoq Biolabs, Singapore. You're just a courier, sent to the building to deliver a package. Now you're trapped inside, the security system has gone crazy, genetically engineered organisms are on the rampage and things look like they could get even worse...

Make your way through 10 floors of isometric action and puzzles, trying to stay alive and discover what's going on. Talk to and rescue survivors, pick up armaments and log into computer terminals. What caused the Genoq disaster? What's inside the vital package you've got to deliver? What is the D/Generation? And what is really waiting for you on the top floor of the building?


D/Generation Windows 3.x Through that locked gate! (SVGA)
D/Generation Windows 3.x Got what I need... but what about the guy? (SVGA)
D/Generation Windows 3.x Setting the scene (SVGA)
D/Generation Windows 3.x Teleporting (SVGA)

Alternate Titles

  • "D/Generation: Virtual Reality meets Action Adventure" -- Tag-lined title

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Critic Reviews

PC Zone May, 1994 85 out of 100 85
PC Player (Germany) Apr, 1994 62 out of 100 62


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In the lobby of the building (the first level), there will be decorations if the day is a holiday.

Version differences

There are three releases on Amiga. In 1992, the first version was in 32 colors. One year later the AGA & CD32 versions were released, both in 256 colors with better songs & music.

Information also contributed by Blood
Pseudo_Intellectual (45229) added D/Generation (Windows 3.x) on Dec 28, 2004
Other platforms contributed by Famine3h (298), hydra9 (3830), Kabushi (148687) and Martin Smith (63025)