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Detritus: The Daemons Quest

After the great holocaust of 2050, civilization teeters on the brink of extinction. The last remnants of mankind eke out their existence on a small island named Quarea. Living in fear of their ancient superstitions, now brought to life in the form of the evil Arrut Loopaz, a daemon who controls the very forces of nature with his supernatural powers. He lives alone in the ruins of an ancient city on the island, a place shunned by the villagers of Quarea and spoken of in hushed tones. The forbidden zone, known only as… the Detritus. You play the part of Nikki, a forlorn maiden whose boyfriend Toni has been kidnapped by Arrut Loopaz and is being held somewhere in the Detritus.


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Adventure Games by Myndgaemz

Game Information

Platform PC
Perspective First-Person
Control Point-and-click
Gameplay Solitary Exploration
Genre Science Fiction
Theme Supernatural
Graphic Style Live Action, Photographic
Presentation -
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media CD

Product Details


System Requirements
MS-DOS 5.0
486 33MHz processor
3 MB hard disk space
4 MB RAM
2x CD-ROM drive
SVGA, 256 color display

Detritus: The Daemons Quest by Myndgaemz - A Point and Click Adventure Game

Detritus: The Daemons Quest is an adventure game, released in 1996 by Myndgaemz. Detritus: The Daemons Quest has a Live Action, Photographic style and uses a Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have not yet published a review of Detritus: The Daemons Quest, at this time the community has not provided a rating for Detritus: The Daemons Quest.
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