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Multiplayer:
Single player
DOSBox:
Yes
For Kids:
Yes
Resolution:
640 × 400
DOSBox Cycles:
9000 (Approximate)
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Hoosier City screenshot
Hoosier City gameplay screenshot
DOSGames.com Review:  Rating: 2
Hoosier City is a Zelda-inspired action/adventure/puzzle game with decent EGA graphics, bad controls, and generally while it has the right idea in mind, it's not executed particularly well. This is a game that you'll want to like due to the games it's inspired by and the way the game looks, but unfortunately it's not that much fun to actually play. There is a lot of "what do I do and where do I go" going on, and the poor controls don't help much. However, if you DO like this game, the full three-part series was released for free, so you can play ALL of them if you want to, or just see what the others are like if you have nostalgic memories of this game. (Only the first part is playable in-browser, download the ZIP file to play the other two.)

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Hoosier City, #1125. Added to website: 2020-06-14. All copyrights, trademarks, etc, are property of their respective holders.
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