is a homemade first-
DARK BASIC. It’s 100% free but is no longer supported and the game will only work on Windows XP and earlier Windows operating systems.
What Fishmen lack in size and strength is more than made up with their sheer aggression. Although not the most capable of Rulon soldiers, Fishmen are loyal and will fight to the death. They have a never say die attitude and are constantly on the attack.
Because Bugmen aren't very strong, they tend to hang around close to the other enemies.
Antmen are strong Rulon soldiers with a straight forward worker-
Weapon: Assault Rifle
By far the biggest and strongest of the Rulon soldiers, Sharkurrs are extremely aggressive. Sharkurrs attack on sight and prefer to use their size and strength to melee attack in close range. When you see one, you better learn how to shoot backing up.
Weapon: Electric Shard
Although not the strongest faction in the Rulon army, Vipers are certainly the fastest and slickest. Vipers often hide behind trees in order to ambush and launch their powerful sneak attacks. Extremely agile and fast, Vipers are arguably the toughest enemies in the game. Vipers are also capable of setting up decoys in the form of inanimate dummies that are indistinguishable from real Vipers.
Weapon: Poison Blaster
Gatormen are just like their real-
CAVEMEN (TYPE 1)
Although not the brightest enemies in the world, these ape-
CAVEMEN (TYPE 2)
Slightly stronger than their Type 1 cousins, these cavemen are savage-
FIRST AID KIT
Restores 25 life points.
Restores player to full health.
Gives player another life (1-
These crystals make up part of the Space Time Energy Projector (S.T.E.P.). Collect all of them to warp through time.
The player begins with 9 lives and the game ends when there are no more lives left. Each level has at least one additional hidden life to collect. Your health begins at 99 and the damage you take depends on the strength of the particular enemy that hits you and the distance from where the attack comes from. There are a total of 9 levels in the game, each with its own specific objectives. The basic idea is to destroy all of the enemies and reach the end of the level. Some levels require you to locate and collect certain objects. At the beginning of every level, you will see a yellow sign than indicates what your objectives are.
You control Questar via the mouse and keypad. The mouse controls the character's turning, aiming, shooting, and jumping. The keypad controls the movement back and forth and the strafing. Unfortunately, there are no alternative control schemes, which means that you cannot use a regular controller to play the game.
Up Arrow: Move Forward
Down Arrow: Move Backward
Left Arrow: Strafe Left
Right Arrow: Strafe Right
Mouse Up: Look/Aim Up
Mouse Down: Look/Aim Down
Mouse Left: Turn Left
Mouse Right: Turn Right
Mouse Left Click: Fire
Mouse Right Click: Jump
SPACE BAR: Begins Game
ESC: Exits Game
The game will only work on Windows XP and earlier Windows operating systems.
In order to play, simply download the two files below and save both files in the
same folder on your computer. Once you have downloaded the files, double click on
the silver icon that says "Dino-
Problem: The game does not load.
Problem: The screen is black after 30 seconds and the title screen has not appeared yet.
Processor: Pentium II 400 MHZ or higher
Operating System: Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME, XP
Direct X Version 7.0 or higher
RAM: 64 MB
Hard Drive Space: 600 MB
Graphics Card: Direct X Compatible 3D Accelerator (8 MB+)
Sound Card: Direct X Compatible Sound Card