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Normality

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Can Kent elude the long arm of the law? Nope, as a malcontent grunge-head from the police state of Neutropolis, Kent is, well, really screwed up. Wanted by the Norm Police in conjunction with such ultra-sinister criminal activity as whistling a tune of his own choosing and having more than 3 living brain cells, Kent is a fugitive from justice. Can he escape the effects of the omnipotent brain-sucking mood magnet? Can he successfully lead the underground movement to overthrow Neutropolis’ evil dictator? Can he down a large pepperoni pizza without tasting it a second time?

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Posted by gigitty on Feb 25, 2017

First proper 3D adventure, that worked


I wont give any of the game story away but to say that playing the 3D shooters of the same time helped a lot in getting to grips with the movement in this great game. It incorporated an options interface that when you clicked on something of interest you...

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Adventure Games by Gremlin Interactive

Game Information

Platform PC
Perspective First-Person
Control Keyboard, Point-and-click
Gameplay Quest
Genre Science Fiction
Theme -
Graphic Style Stylized art
Presentation Realtime 3D
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media CD

Product Details


System Requirements
MS-DOS 4.0+
486 processor
8 MB RAM
SVGA, VESA VGA
Sound Blaster and compatibles
2x CD-ROM drive

Normality by Gremlin Interactive - Adventure Game

Normality is an adventure game, released in 1996 by Gremlin Interactive. Normality has a Stylized art style and uses a Keyboard, Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of Normality and rate it as Uneven, meanwhile the community rating for Normality is Good.