Developed by Interactive Binary Illusions (Gee Whiz! Entertainment), SubZero Software
Published by Apogee Software
User rating: 7.0 (1 vote)
System Requirements286 computer
517k of free conventional memory
Mission 1 - Sewers
Mission 2 - Factory
Mission 3 - Office Block
Mission 4 - Alien Ship
Complete version history:
|Alien Carnage v1.0 Freeware Release (2,841,132 bytes)||24 May 2007||DOS||Play online|
|Alien Carnage v1.0 Registered Version (2,891,722 bytes)||2 November 1994||DOS|
|Alien Carnage v1.0 Shareware Episode (1,736,699 bytes)||2 November 1994||DOS|
|Halloween Harry v1.2 Shareware Episode (1,297,460 bytes)||7 November 1993||DOS|
|Halloween Harry v1.1 Registered Version (2,529,842 bytes)||6 October 1993||DOS|
|Halloween Harry v1.1 Shareware Episode (1,279,187 bytes)||10 October 1993||DOS|
AvailabilityJohn Passfield and Apogee generously released this game as freeware under the Alien Carnage Freeware License on 24 May 2007.
Pressing [B] [I] [G] all at the same time will give you full health and jetpack power. Debug Mode
The following debug keys work for version 1.1 of Halloween Harry only:
[Ctrl] [R] [E] [N] - Gives you all weapons, and activates god mode for several seconds.
[alt] [L] - Level warp. Type the number of the episode (1-4), followed by the number of the level (1-5). Illegal input will dump you to DOS. This can not be used in the shareware version to access levels in the registered version.
[alt] [=] - Change location within a level. Type coordinates after this code; illegal input will probably crash the game.
Pressing these four keys at the same time will show you the coordinates you are at on the level. This serves no real function on its own, but it is used by Apogee's Game Hint Line sometimes to locate a player in a level. The keys are [ctrl] [alt] [rshift] [F12]
Misc Command Line Parameter
"skip" will start the game directly from the main menu.