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An intriguing and addictive Windows shooter brickbat (168) 3.8 Stars3.8 Stars3.8 Stars3.8 Stars3.8 Stars
A Fun Arcade Shooter wossname (209) unrated

Our Users Say

Category Description User Score
AI The quality of the game's intelligence, usually for the behavior of opponents. 3.5
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work and the game plays. 3.7
Graphics The visual quality of the game 3.3
Personal Slant A personal rating of the game, regardless of other attributes 4.0
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.4
Overall User Score (11 votes) 3.6


Critic Reviews

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85
This game will grow on you. It can be pure action or pure strategy, depending on how you handle yourself and what you want it to be. Operation: Inner Space is proof that a very playable and enjoyable game can still be created to fit onto one disk (yes, that's ONE (1) disk) without needing 20 CD's full of raytraced roto-scoped animations and video to draw an audience. Oh, and as an added bonus, a screen saver (which plays the game on it's own when you aren't at your computer) is included.
83
On the whole, there isn't much which could possibly improved in this game. The premise is simple, yet there are enough details to get it miles above the usual standard of the genre. Just play as long as you like and then finish your game by defeating the Inner Demon. It's the better way anyway, because if you work on yourself instead of just squatting the effects on the surface, you won't get infected again in the future (there we are with these analogies again)...
60
All in all, Operation : Inner Space is a good game for fun, but it easily loses its appeal about a week later because it is quite repetitous and capturing a thousand icons plus fighting a monster called the Inner Demon doesn't make it much more challenging, just more tedious. If you're looking for a game to hack into, or have a blast from the past, give it a try. Basically, Operation : Inner Space boils down to a 16-bit version of Atari's Asteriods. For serious gamers, this is just another remake of an old game that's not worth $29.95.
60
This game will grow on you. It can be pure action or pure strategy, depending on how you handle yourself and what you want it to be. Operation: Inner Space is proof that a very playable and enjoyable game can still be created to fit onto one disk (yes, that's ONE (1) disk) without needing 20 CD's full of raytraced roto-scoped animations and video to draw an audience. Oh, and as an added bonus, a screen saver (which plays the game on it's own when you aren't at your computer) is included. If you want to try Operation: Inner Space for yourself, a playable demo is available at the Software Dynamics GameWorld page.
 
Inner Space wurde von den Programmierern der ersten "After Dark"-Version für Windows geschrieben. Ihren Sinn für Humor haben die Knaben nicht verloren: So werden die herumfliegenden Treibstoffkanister zwischen 15.00 und 17.00 Uhr zu Teetassen, oder ein Mahlstrom versucht, Sie in die Bildschirmmitte zu saugen.


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