Bioscopia - Box

Rating: Everyone

From the people that brought you Physicus - except that this one is much easier. There are still dark spots that hide objects that you have to pick up, but the questions are pretty simple and for more science help you can go to the Big Brain.

The action takes place in a abandoned science complex - lots of rusted textures, doors to open, strange rooms to explore and defunct robots lying about waiting, waiting. It's not really an action game but a wander game where you find things needed to open up other areas of the complex. You charge up your pass key by answering question and they are pretty easy.

The back story is irrelevant - someone is trapped and sends you messages via the Big Brain. The BB is also a source of scientific information. A solvable game compared to Physicus<\I>, and in case you get stuck there is a Help.pdf file on disk 1 with guides nicely indexed to pictures of the different scenes. And remember all of Tivola's games play on the MAC.

Editor Review 5/02

  • Bioscopia
  • © Tivola $19.99
  • Windows 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP (120 MB free disk space) Mac OS 8.1 or higher
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