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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.

vgjunk:

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.

From Laser Light

From Laser Light

In a mirror maze, facing east. From The Labyrinth of Time

In a mirror maze, facing east. From The Labyrinth of Time

In a library, facing north. From The Labyrinth of Time

In a library, facing north. From The Labyrinth of Time

From Dino Park Tycoon

From Dino Park Tycoon

From Ballmania

From Ballmania

From Simm-Zone (NOT from Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis)

From Simm-Zone (NOT from Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis)

From Shareware Extravaganza 4

From Shareware Extravaganza 4

From GateWorld: Volume One: The Seed Ship

From GateWorld: Volume One: The Seed Ship

 - MPlayer.com sound files
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Mplayer.com was a free online PC gaming service and community that operated from late 1996 until early 2001. The service at its peak was host to a community of more than 20 million visitors each month and offered more than 100 games. Some of the more popular titles available were action games like Quake, Command & Conquer, and Rogue Spear, as well as classic card and board for more casual gamers. Servers and matchmaking was provided through a proprietary client. + / See the video

Software installer and sound files found in Joint Strike Fighter game CD-ROM.