Nitemare 3D (1994)

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The Hugo (from the Hugo Trilogy adventure text parser games) adventures continue (this time in a different genre) in Nitemare 3D, sometimes refered as Hugo 4: Nitemare 3D. I play the DOS version, not the Windows one.

Official site here: (you can download the demo there and purchase the game)

A description from the creator himself:

At last, an exciting 3D action game intended for the whole family! You won't find a drop of blood in this game which is set in a 50's horror movie style. But there's more...

As winner of the 1995 Ziff-Davis European Shareware award for Best Game, Nitemare-3D for Windows brings the excitement of first-person perspective action games to Windows for the first time!

And a description from Wikipedia:

Nitemare 3D (N3D) is a first-person shooter PC game with a horror theme, released by Gray Design Associates in June 1994 on DOS and Windows 3.x platforms. It consisted of three episodes, the first of which was released as a demo. The full release came on two 3½" floppy disks and was accompanied by a guide to the game's thirty levels.

Graphics were very similar to those used in id Software's Wolfenstein 3D games, with perpendicular walls, and no texture on the floors or ceilings. The object of the game was to free the player's girlfriend Penelope from the house of the evil Dr. Hamerstein.

N3D followed the story of Hugo, from the Hugo Trilogy, a series of graphic adventures consisting of Hugo's House of Horrors, Whodunit? and Jungle of Doom. Hugo's girlfriend Penelope has been kidnapped by the evil Dr. Hamerstein for use in heinous experiments. The player must battle through Hamerstein's bizarre mansion, underground caverns complete with prisons and laboratories, and finally through a twisted alternate dimension of demons and aliens in an attempt to save her.

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