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Questprobe Featuring The Hulk (pc game)
5 out of 5 (1 votes)
  • The game begins
  • Old-school adventuring
  • Grab the gems
  • Drop the gems for points
  • Which way now?
  • Worth a try
  • That's not fair!
  • Get angry!
  • 7 treasures!
  • The game begins
  • That can't be good
  • Exploring the land
  • Watch out for gas
  • Chatting with Dr Strange
  • Plug the outlet
  • Dropping gems
  • Game cover art
  • Don't stress him out
  • A snapshot extracted from gameplay video.
  • Courtesy of My Abandonware.
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Text based Marvel universe adventure

Text based adventures did not miss on the area generally taken up by the graphic novel, that of the superheroes spawn by Marvel and the competition. And this is how Questprobe Featuring The Hulk got on the job, trying to tell the story of how The Mighty Hulk got to be The Mighty Hulk. As such, Questprobe Featuring The Hulk is a game that would fit great in 2013's origins of superheroes stories that the blockbusters (I don't even know if you can still call them that!) have been occupying themselves with. At any rate, what Questprobe Featuring The Hulk is create an average adventure, helped by quite a few slides of non animated pictures (with a very basic minimally colored, and yes magenta is present, graphical aspect!) so that you'll be a bit helped during your adventuring. The puzzles, well, they're there, and you'll giggle a few times at how they haven't evolved in the last 30 or more years. So, well, make sure you're a hulk fan and can stomach adventure games in test mode. Otherwise it's another too old to bother story. Alternatively, see Hulk (2003) for an action oriented game sporting the same green protagonist.