Submitted by TheXploder 868d ago | news

DEUS EX MACHINA, The World's First Interactive Movie, Is Born Again With Christopher Lee

Way back in 1977, Mel Croucher's Automata entertained early computer enthusiasts with surreal games that gained a cult following. After a string of best sellers, Croucher released his magnum opus in 1984, the first true interactive movie, DEUS EX MACHINA. Then, inexplicably, he turned his back on the industry he helped create, and quit. Now, after what must be the longest gap in the history of video game sequels, he's reformed Automata and is back with DEUS EX MACHINA 2. (Culture)

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