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LGR – Terror in Christmas Town – DOS PC Game Review

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As Christmas inches ever closer, we’ve got one more lackluster holiday shooter to endure. Based on earlier Pie in the Sky GCS Engine games, Terror in Christmastown arms you with shotguns and candy canes and sends you on a quest to save Santa’s lead elf.

Download the shareware version here:
http://archive.org/details/TerrorinChristmasTown_1020

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  2. Can someone please give the exact name for the game creation software kit or an eBay link cause I’m trying to get my hands on it (also what operating system did it run on at the time???)

  3. Gawd I hate GCS engine games, as far as playing them goes. But man if there's not a variety of amazingly weird games that got made with the engine over the course of almost a decade. For those not in the know, there's basically two versions of GCS: GCS for DOS and GCS for Windows. The latter, informally known as GCS 2, had a new 3D engine to take advantage of modern 3D accelerators, but if you thought the pie in the sky developers might've improved their craft from the DOS days you'd be wrong.

    They still held onto the bad inventory system for some reason, the player controls and enemy hit detection actually got worse, and to top that off it's not very easy to play GCS 2 games in modern windows because for whatever reason the engine runs a bit too fast and won't let you easily climb ladders, which a ton of GCS 2 games happen to use.

  4. Oh my god I loved playing this game back in the day! May not look like much now, but when you were a kid and only had a few games on your computer… just kidding, never heard of it until now.

  5. Ross's Game Dungeon covered this perfectly, along with Deer-Napped.

    FIND THE MAGIC! Find the magic everyone.

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