Drowned God is a science fiction adventure game developed by Epic
Multimedia Group, published by Inscape and released on October 31, 1996.
The game advances the conspiracy theory that all of accepted human
history is false and the human race's development and evolution have
been aided by extra-terrestrials. The player attempts to uncover the
truth within the game by traveling to different worlds, interacting with
historical and fictional characters, and solving puzzles. The game is
based on a forged manuscript written by Harry Horse in 1983. After
facing legal trouble and fines when he attempted to sell the text, Horse
shelved it for more than a decade before deciding a first person
adventure game would be the best way to tell its story. Producer Algy
Williams hired a team of multimedia artists and programmers to help
Horse develop the game. Upon its release, it sold well, but faded in
popularity due to software bugs. Its concept and visuals were widely
praised, but its gameplay, audio, and puzzles received a mixed
reception. A planned sequel never came to fruition.
Read more: <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drowned_God>
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