MDK (Windows) 1997


Emulation: WMware


Next step in Third-person shooter - first modern looking TPS, feature sniper mode that allowed the player to zoom in on enemy targets


Gameplay video

Original trailer

Picture from manual

Earliest Magazine preview - Computer and video games (1996)

Magazine review - CG-Strategy Plus (1997)

Magazine preview - Computer and video games (1997)

Magazine review - Computer and video games (1997)

1) While the actual meaning of the title's TLA is not revealed within the game, the gaming press and fans adopted Murder, Death, Kill, from the 1993 movie Demolition Man.
2) Game Revolution's --"MDK combines sweet graphics and 'revolutionary' gameplay and design concepts to put it in a class by itself. Thank heavens someone decided to create something revolutionary rather than dupe others' successful ideas.
3) In the sled-surfing sequences you'll find a unique power-up not found legally elsewhere in the game (sometimes hidden on an overhead opening you can jump to instead of continuing through the main courses, sometimes laying in plain sight. The hidden arena 9 in world 5, only reachable by using the "givemealliwant" cheat, contains more of them.) These power-ups are actually the face of Jim from Shiny's Earthworm Jim. Get them and for each one you catch a cow will fall on top of your enemies.

4) Also space tunnel   and dog in it on a rope from Earthworm Jim.

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