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'''Beneath a Steel Sky''' uses a variant of Revolution's virtual theatre engine. The game takes place in the future, after the world is damaged from the ravages of humankind. The game first follows Robert Foster as he tries to escape from an enclosed city after he was kidnapped and brought there from his home in the Australian outback. Later, Robert discovers a plot involving the death of his mother, a government coverup, and the secrets about his own father.
 
'''Beneath a Steel Sky''' uses a variant of Revolution's virtual theatre engine. The game takes place in the future, after the world is damaged from the ravages of humankind. The game first follows Robert Foster as he tries to escape from an enclosed city after he was kidnapped and brought there from his home in the Australian outback. Later, Robert discovers a plot involving the death of his mother, a government coverup, and the secrets about his own father.
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* [[Datafiles#Beneath a Steel Sky|Datafiles]] required by ScummVM
  
 
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Revision as of 16:11, 21 April 2007

Beneath a Steel Sky
Beneath a Steel Sky.jpg
First release 1994
Also known as BASS, Steel Sky, Sky
Developed by Revolution Software
Published by Revolution Software
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms Amiga, DOS
Resolution (unknown)
Engine Sky
Support Since ScummVM 0.5.0
Available for
Purchase
No

Beneath a Steel Sky uses a variant of Revolution's virtual theatre engine. The game takes place in the future, after the world is damaged from the ravages of humankind. The game first follows Robert Foster as he tries to escape from an enclosed city after he was kidnapped and brought there from his home in the Australian outback. Later, Robert discovers a plot involving the death of his mother, a government coverup, and the secrets about his own father.

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