Blood

In an age and a region renowned for cruelty and violence, Caleb was legendary. Born in western Texas in 1847, he had sealed a reputation as a merciless gunfighter by the age of 17. But it was seven years later when he met Ophelia Price that his hunger for bloodshed took on a menacing new timbre.
She was already well beyond the bounds of sanity when he found her cowering in the charred ruins of the burned out homestead where her husband and child had perished only days before. It was neither her tattered beauty nor her plight that compelled Caleb to take her in, however-it was the words he picked out of her virtually incoherent mumblings.
He learned that her husband had attempted to rescind his membership of the dreaded Cult of Tchernobog and in return cultists had set fire to the house in the night. Ophelia was filled with rage-not at the cult but at her husband, whose cowardice she blamed for the death of her young son.
Ophelia was Caleb's doorway to the Cult and its dark purpose. He could not have known that in time he would come to love her, nor that their service to the Cult would find the two of them beloved among the Chosen, elite servants of the dreaming god Tchernobog, the One That Binds, Devourer of Souls.
In the Hall of the Epiphany, a temple that spans the chasm between the worlds, the four remaining Chosen stand at the forefront of a procession of worshipers. Tchernobog's presence is felt more than seen-the great, frigid weight of a hunger that spans millennia. He speaks in a cacophony of voices stolen from the dead, summoning the Chosen to the center of the sacrificial ring. They stand before the Dark God, united by a sudden, inexplicable sense of doom.
A wordless cry rises up from the seething shadows, one voice swallowed up by many until the hall resounds with them. The members of the procession behind the Chosen melt away in a gust of ethereal wind, extinguished like so many candle flames. There aren't even ashes to indicate they ever existed.
The Chosen look to one another in confusion and dread. They can already feel the ties that bind them to Tchernobog fraying. Why? How have we failed you?
But there is no answer other than the shattering scream that threatens to tear the universe to shreds. Darkness swells around them, swallows them. Their cold, abandoned souls fall through the abyss.

And they burn.

Caleb awakens in cold and damp in a body he no longer knows. It has long lain as a corpse that refused to rot, protected from putrefaction by some unearthly link to its master. The pain of protesting muscle and flesh invigorates and awakens him. He welcomes it. It distills his hate into the maelstrom raging in the center of his mind.
An agonizing cry breaks out of him, shattering the stone lid of the tomb in which he lies, knocking loose sediment, cobwebs, and the small, unnoticed creatures that have shared his grave with him. A single word rings out through the darkness, echoing Tchernobog's lingering howl: "Why?"

The road back to the Hall of the Epiphany is fraught with peril. You will face numerous foes, puzzles, and other obstacles in your journey, so you will have to be resourceful. Survival is your first priority, but survival alone isn't enough. You must first seek the others of the Chosen, for only with their combined strength can you hope to reach Tchernobog.
Developed by:
Monolith Productions, Inc.
Founded in October 1994 and based in Kirkland, Washington, Monolith Productions, Inc., is one of the leading developer-founded and developer-centric publishers in the computer gaming community. Recognized for their stylish, high-energy approach to development, Monolith creates the content gamers want, often using their own proprietary technology, the LithTech 3D Engine. Monolith first grabbed the attention of the gaming public with their controversial shooter Blood, which was published by GT Interactive and lived up to its gory name. By 1998, Monolith graduated to self-publishing status, bringing gamers the equally distinctive Get Medieval, Rage of Mages and the critically acclaimed Shogo: Mobile Armor Division, which married uncompromising first-person shooter gameplay with the stylized flair of the Japanese anime genre.
Multiplayer:
Lan
Platform:
Dosbox
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  10/28/2012 3:24:00 PM - goda very good
  10/28/2012 3:19:00 PM - goda its good
  10/16/2012 8:03:00 PM - said good
  9/16/2012 12:33:00 AM - Calum I remember this from way back then. An all time classic with some real great laughs. Definitely on par with some of the greats like Doom and Duke Nukem
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  9/3/2012 10:26:00 AM - leo nice
  8/25/2012 7:50:00 AM - A Marjan! khoobi ?
  8/18/2012 2:38:00 AM - RDash22 This game is awesome like me.
  8/12/2012 11:29:00 PM - mostafa i want the Sucrets to have oll ting
  8/11/2012 12:56:00 AM - MARJAN IT S NICE
  7/31/2012 10:36:00 PM - eln good game
  7/26/2012 7:08:00 PM - Bloodfan Me mr.bloody idiot
  7/26/2012 4:43:00 PM - Bloody fatality who give u permission to offend me Bloodfan?
  7/26/2012 4:42:00 PM - Bloodfan man this game is soo good! i like old games ;D PS:Bloody fatality sucks!
  7/26/2012 4:38:00 PM - Bloody fatality Ophelia? NoooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
 
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