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Absolute Zero Reviews (Macintosh)

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Mac Gamer (1996)
Obviously, I'm very enthusiastic about Absolute Zero. It's got great sound, great graphics, a great storyline, and great follow-ups from Domark (via updaters). The only way, however, to display this greatness is to have a high-end PowerMac (PowerMac 100 MHz+) or have at least 11 MB of RAM and 100 MB of hard disk space you can give AZ to run on. If you have lots of time on your hands, this is the game for you. If you decide to get AZ, I recommend reading the manual first!! I know, playing first then reading manuals is the usual order of gaming, but AZ is so complex that in order to get the full effects of the game (not to mention lots of keys to learn) the manual is essential. Remember: nothing is Absolute. Winning isn't everything. Survival is. I recommend trying to survive Absolute Zero!
This is a great game - challenging, enthralling, packed with action and great fun to play. If it has one fault it's that there is evidence that the final stages of production were rushed. There are very occasional Z-axis clipping errors, which cause bits of ground to suddenly appear and leap up into the sky. Also, the main manual has so many inaccuracies that Domark has had to include a sizeable erratum booklet.
High Score (Jan, 1996)
Spelet engagerar nästan otrevligt mycket och känns som en stor utmaning.