The Obscuritory

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  • Video Games, November 1994 (#11)
Has anyone heard of Mark of the Beast before? I tried looking it up and found absolutely nothing conclusive; I’m not sure it was ever released.

Has anyone heard of Mark of the Beast before? I tried looking it up and found absolutely nothing conclusive; I’m not sure it was ever released.

From Wrath of the Gods

From Wrath of the Gods

From PGA Tour Golf II

From PGA Tour Golf II

From PGA Tour Golf II

From PGA Tour Golf II

From PowerPOKER

From PowerPOKER

I love old-fashioned copy protection. This manual for PGA Tour Golf II has statistics for various courses around the country. It’s surprisingly complicated for a cheat sheet, but at least it’s not asking for specific words from specific paragraphs.

I love old-fashioned copy protection. This manual for PGA Tour Golf II has statistics for various courses around the country. It’s surprisingly complicated for a cheat sheet, but at least it’s not asking for specific words from specific paragraphs.

New addition to the Obscuritory library: Power Poker, a Mac poker game with an incredibly flexible rulebook. To my knowledge, this game is largely undocumented!

New addition to the Obscuritory library: Power Poker, a Mac poker game with an incredibly flexible rulebook. To my knowledge, this game is largely undocumented!

From Dungeons of the Unforgiven

From Dungeons of the Unforgiven

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Intelligent Qube (AKA Kurushi), PS1

Intelligent Qube is truly bizarre. Considering it’s a block-clearing puzzle game, it takes itself super seriously, what with the highly realistic art style and dramatic music. I can’t think of anything like it that’s been attempted since, and that’s probably for good reason.

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Intelligent Qube (AKA Kurushi), PS1

Intelligent Qube is truly bizarre. Considering it’s a block-clearing puzzle game, it takes itself super seriously, what with the highly realistic art style and dramatic music. I can’t think of anything like it that’s been attempted since, and that’s probably for good reason.