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The Gene Machine

The British Empire: guardian of morality; bastion of all things decent and proper. The world is being taught some manners, with Her Majesty's troops ever on hand to deliver a sound thrashing to anybody daring to bare their ankles. Yet whilst Victorian England revels in the glory of steam engineering and cucumber sandwiches, an evil plot is being hatched. Hideous screams echo from the bowels of the Earth as a deranged scientist toys with his vile creation: the Gene Machine. Soon he plans to unleash its terrible powers upon mankind...

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Walkthrough for The Gene Machine

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What our readers think of The Gene Machine

Posted by rustyiron on May 5, 2013


plot is far from being original, puzzles may be considered easy for those who has a taste for difficult ones, but humour is great and makes the game worth playing. graphics are also nicely done....

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Adventure Games by Divide By Zero

Game Information

Platform PC
Perspective Third-Person
Control Point-and-click
Gameplay Quest
Genre Mystery
Theme Conspiracy, Historical
Graphic Style Illustrated realism
Presentation -
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media CD

Product Details

System Requirements
DOS 5.0 or greater
486DX2/66 processor (Pentium 60 MHz recommended)
8 MB RAM (12 MB recommended)
VESA-compliant SVGA video card
Double speed CD-ROM drive (4x recommended)
15 MB hard drive space

The Gene Machine by Divide By Zero - A Point and Click Adventure Game

The Gene Machine is an adventure game, released in 1996 by Divide By Zero. The Gene Machine has a Illustrated realism style and uses a Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have not yet published a review of The Gene Machine, meanwhile the community rating for The Gene Machine is Good.
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