Captive (video Game)

Captive (video Game)

Captive is a science fiction role-playing video game released by Mindscape in 1990. A Dungeon Master "clone", it featured pseudo 3D realtime graphics from a first-person perspective.

The player characters are androids (termed "droids" in the game) operated remotely by a prisoner trying to free himself. The player assumes the role of the prisoner, and the game involves visiting and destroying a series of bases on different planets.

It was released on Amiga, Atari ST and PC (1992) platforms.

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Captive (video Game) - Reviews
... Amiga Format reviewed Captivein 1990 and gave it a score of 91% ... Zzap!also gave the game a 91%score in 1991,saying As a true RPG it has many of the drawbacks that Dungeon Master had very little interaction ... However,the gameworld is well designed,the plot and the opponents are imaginative and the puzzles are challenging with many thrills and spills to keep you on the edge of your chair ...

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