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Disney’s Hercules

Disney’s Hercules
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Platforms: PC, PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PSP
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Developer: Eurocom Developments
Genres: Arcade / Platformer
Release Date: October 24, 1997
Game Modes: Singleplayer

Based on the animated Disney movie, Hercules the sidecroller lets you run, jump, punch and kick your way through level after level full of mythological bad guys. The namesake hero of the title also sports a few tricks up his toga tassels in the form of power punches and rock lifting abilities. A new feature allows limited movement between the foreground and background, though its a bit of a headache when large parts of the screen gets obscured.

snap1243In any case, the game is a classic sidescrolling adventure that retains the artistic style, not to mention voice talent, of the movie it’s based upon. The background graphics all adhere to a Greek architectural motif. Pillars, huge boulders, cliffs that stretch far into the sky, and chiseled statues comprise most of the obstacles in the game. Clever level design techniques (for example, sandbag dummies revolving around a wooden spindle) add a sense of visual depth other side-scrollers lack. There’s always something new to challenge you and test your reflexes.


System Requirements: Pentium 90 MHz, 16 MB RAM, Windows 95

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8 Comments

  1. Freedom says:

    Does it work on windows 10?

  2. SADIK A M says:

    IT WORK ON WINDOW 7

  3. Sander says:

    How do i download this game

  4. Rimantas says:

    Sander, do you know how to press that big red link button? Move mouse cursor on it and press left mouse button with your finger. It works with all buttons on screen.

  5. Corina says:

    After I mount the image, I click run autoplay.exe and nothing happens! Does anyone know what could be wrong?

  6. Run atoplay in compatibility mode, run the setup directly (autoplay is a shortcut that opens the real setup.exe), or use an XP Virtual Machine to run old games in general

    http://www.oldpcgaming.net/how-to-run-any-game-on-win-7-8-10/

  7. ayush says:

    it is asking for some cd what to do now

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