It Came from the Desert is an action-adventure game by Cinemaware, inspired by 1950s B movies, originally released for the Amiga in 1989 and later ported to MS-DOS.
It Came from the Desert is an action-adventure game by Cinemaware, inspired by 1950s "B" movies, originally released for the Amiga in 1989 and later ported to MS-DOS.
The player assumes the role of Dr. Greg Bradley who comes to a remote town in Nevada in 1951, to study a recent site of a meteor crash. He discovers that the meteor created a new kind of giant ants that he will have to stop. The plot is nonlinear and the game is in real time, the player will have to understand "when to be where" to stop the ants.
It Came From The Desert is considered one of the best Amiga games of all times. A film version of the game will be released in 2016.
Amiga version 2.0 - Language: English - Size: 8.59 Mb
Amiga version 2.0 - Language: English - Size: 6.91 Mb
This game was WAY AHEAD it's time. Beautiful graphics, awesome music and original story makes this game one of the best on Amiga ! Tough as nails ...
I played the first couple of the game's days last night and saved a state of a good position. But I'm trying to pick up where I left off and it keeps crashing
I clicked right CTRL and it worked.
But the controlling is bad here: mouse and gamepad are not working, only arrow keys and right ctrl are working, but this game desires a mouse.
It just occurred to me; If you are using an Apple wireless keyboard (like me) there is no right-alt. But if you download "Karabiner-Elements" you can re-map your right-CMD to be right-ALT & see if that works.
I have this same issue, not sure what I need to press to progress through this screen and I've tried everything that seems to make sense. Any help here? Thanks!
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