Heart of China
The world of a video game is a platform which allows the gamer to lead their dream life. Heart of China provides the exact platform for players to don the hat of a warrior. The game is filled with adventure and zest which will keep the players hooked to the computer screens.
The game is set in the backdrop of Asia during the thirties, wherein the player is seen in the role of Jake Masters. You are a flight Ace who after an unsuccessful feat during the World War 1 has given up the profession and has set up a small tourist business for earning money. However, fate has something else set for you. Kate, daughter of Lomax has been kidnapped by Li Deng, a local warlord. Since Lomax is partnering your business, he expects you to free his daughter from the hostage for which you are offered a reward of $200,000. But beware – your reward will get reduced by $20,000 per day if you delay in rescuing his daughter.
On your way you make friends with Ninja Chi and Kate as well as is supposed to solve various puzzles to get to the next level. The game is controlled using keys. The gamer can get information of his inventory from the sidebar on the screen. The game requires wit and intelligence to solve the tricky riddles without trouble.
Heart of China is a superbly conceptualized story with good graphics and gameplay for rising the adrenaline of players.
Dynamix Inc. was located in Eugene, Oregon. Originally, the company was named Software Entertainment Company, which was started by Jeff Tunnell and Damon Slye, two graduates from the University of Oregon. The games weren't making enough money to keep Dynamix going, and in August 1990 the company was sold to Sierra On-Line.
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