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Spaceship Warlock (Windows 3.x)

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Description

The Terran Empire no longer rules the galaxy. After a pan-galactic battle that lasted a thousand years, mankind lost the war against the powerful Kroll Imperium, as well as their planet. The Kroll moved the planet from its orbit and hid it deep in Krollian space.

You start your adventure in Stambul, a world dominated by the Kroll Imperium. You manage to leave this ugly world and board the spaceship Belshazzar, which is attacked by the pirate ship Warlock. You are captured and taken aboard the pirate vessel, where you will embark on a journey across the galaxy to search for Terra, your stolen planet.

Spaceship Warlock is a science fiction game with a 3rd-person perspective and simple mouse control. The player can pick up things one by one, and collected items are shown in the right bottom corner (the game doesn’t have an inventory). Space Warlock was originally published for the Macintosh in 1990 and ported for the PC in 1994. Despite its age it includes music, voices and lots of animations, and it even runs on Windows XP.

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Spaceship Warlock Windows 3.x Title screen
Spaceship Warlock Windows 3.x Stambul City
Spaceship Warlock Windows 3.x The comlink device
Spaceship Warlock Windows 3.x A street in Stambul

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The Press Says

PC Zone Jun, 1994 70 out of 100 70
PC Games (Germany) Jun, 1994 55 out of 100 55
PC Review UK Jun, 1994 5 out of 10 50
PC Gamer UK Jun, 1994 42 out of 100 42
PC Player (Germany) May, 1994 40 out of 100 40
PC Gamer Sep, 1994 40 out of 100 40

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game nostalgia (5511) added Spaceship Warlock (Windows 3.x) on Apr 11, 2006
Other platforms contributed by Terok Nor (19020)