Big Bug Bang: Le Retour de Commander Blood
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The third part of the Blood trilogy, this game is set at the very dawn of time: Mere nanoseconds after the Big Bang. This is where the time-travelling shenanigans of the second game ended up. Now you, Commander Blood, are the only evolved lifeform in the entire universe, and it's up to you to correct the problems you've caused and guide the development of all other life. You start the game with a few amoeba-esque creatures at your disposal. Find a planet to put them on, then take care of them, help them migrate to other worlds, evolve and mutate.
Big Bug Bang: Le Retour de Commander Blood uses the exact same interface and many of the same graphical sequences as its predecessor Commander Blood. It is a surreal, galaxy-spanning, humorous sci-fi adventure.
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Average score: 3.8 out of 5 (based on 2 ratings with 1 reviews)
This game keep the same style as the first one, but with more crazy stuff in it! if you like strange aliens and weird minds, and totally f___ed-up characters talking to you, then this game is MADE FOR YOU! :-D
Well the only thing i didn't like is it's not so compatible with the new actual computers, it can get errors and other bugs like this...
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Hey it's a great game to possess, because it's fun, and if you want to start a serious computer games collection, it's the game to get!(with the box!) no there's no manual in the box, it's on the cd!
DOS · by F M (7) · 2002
This was a very low-profile game, released with minimal advertising in France and Canada only. Although the Microfolie's website claimed the game was going to be available in a variety of languages, as of 2001 it was apparently only released in a French-language version. Even if Captain Blood-fans from other countries manage to obtain a copy of this rare title, they'll probably need the assistance of a dictionary.
However, two hints suggest the game was already localized in English at the time of its release: the credits are entirely in English, and those same credits mention that Liam Gavin and Johan Robson were responsible for the game's "adaptation" (read: English localization).
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Game added June 1, 2001. Last modified February 27, 2023.