Blood - A classic MS-DOS FPS makes its way over to powerful Amiga's via BSZili

Another great heads up in our email this morning is the MS-DOS first person shooter ' Blood ', has finally been ported over to the Commodore Amiga by BSzili. Originally developed by Monolith Productions and published by GT Interactive back in 1997. Blood is a game that features an abundance of graphic violence, such as enemies being blown to pieces, bloody gibblets being splattered across the screen, the screams of enemies on fire, and much much more which makes it an integral part of the violent atmosphere of Blood.

You carved your soul to shreds in servitude to a dark god, but false promises and betrayal were your only reward. Now you have a score to settle and it will be measured in blood! Experience the madness in one carnage-soaked package! All the gore, all... BLOOD. The game not only requires at least a 68060 processor with FPU, and recommendations of an AGA chipset or an RTG card with 32 MB Fast RAM, but there are also unsupported features such as voxels and cutscenes while still having better performance overall in this latest release.

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