Milo (video Game)

Milo (video Game)

MILO is a first-person adventure-puzzle computer game that challenges the player to solve 14 puzzles based in the world of MILO, an artificially intelligent computer. The game was developed by Crystalvision Software and released in 1996. Released in the wake of such titles as Myst and Pandora's Box, MILO was billed as a multimedia game and as an early example of 3D gaming. The 16-track ambient soundtrack is composed by noted progressive rock musician, Warren Dale.

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Milo (video Game) - Reception
... The game was well received by critics,earning praise especially for its graphics,sound,and replay value ... on luck rather than logic in some of the puzzles,as well as the near-total lack of documentation accompanying the game,however,was criticized ... The sound effects were also criticized apart from the musical score)as lacking in quality and substance ...