GreenFace - the Virtual Reality Free Download

Version: 2.0   (version history)
Date: January 26, 2002

Free To Try

OS: Win 95/2000/XP/98/ME
Rating: Not rated
Popularity: Popularity 0/10

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GreenFace - the Virtual Reality Description

GreenFace - the Virtual Reality Free Download.

Greenface is a challenging mix of several classic arcade games: Boulderdash, Pacman and Bomberman are just a few to mention.

Guide Murphy through the virtual reality to collect infotrons and discover a secret password. On his way through the adventure of his life he has to solve 95 mind bending levels with a growing difficulty. Exploding bombs, little monsters and falling items make his way even harder.

This fun game does not contain any violence and is suited for players of all ages. A real family game.

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