Another World bridges the gap between Cinema and Action Adventure games with a completely new style of fluid, cinematic, storytelling. Hurtled through space and time by a nuclear experiment gone wrong, you'll need to dodge, outwit, and overcome the host. Originally released in 1991, Another World enjoyed worldwide success on many platforms, including the 3DO, SNES, Genesis, MegaCD having sold over 1,000,000 units across a variety of formats.
Flashing dangerously outside your fast sports car, the sky lights up once again as a huge bolt of lightning arcs across the sky. You put your foot down, and your car effortlessly moves across the slick highway. Slowing down for the turn, you skid into the parking lot of the lab.
After passing the standard series of entry tests, you are given the high-level of clearance necessary for your lab. With a loud sigh, you collapse in the comfortable plush computer chair and flick on your trusty computer. Opening a can of pop, you take a big drink as the machine loads up.
With the swiftness years of experience brings, you type in commands and start the nuclear experiment. At the exact same time, a horrendous bolt of lightning surges into the laboratory and collides with your experiment, and you wink out of existance.
Seconds later you find yourself in a pool of water, still sitting in your chair. The computer, and your desk sink to the bottom as tentacles reach up for you as you feverishly swim toward the surface.
You climb out of the water and look around you, and are greeted with a totally animal landscape. A horrible howl cuts through the silence, and you scramble to your feet. Where are you? You're out of *THIS* world.
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