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KULT: The Temple of Flying Saucers is a graphic adventure game, released in 1989 by Exxos. The American version was sold under the title Chamber of the Sci-Mutant Priestess.
Set in a post-apocalyptic environment where Raven, a Tuner (member of a race which possesses psy-powers), is caught prisoner in the temple of the Protozorqs (physical mutants), and must find his girlfriend, who was also kidnapped, to finally proceed to escape with her. Raven is aware that his quest won't be simple since the Protozorqs, armed with "zapsticks", will gladly kill him if he does anything they dislike.
A dialog of choices (Amiga)
The game featured a unique point and click interface with 2D screens where the main character was not visible; objects and characters displayed contextual menus when clicked on.
Versions of the game released for different platforms:
* The Amiga version had OCS graphics, digitized sound effects, and a distinctive opening tune which is sampled here.
* The PC version, which was for DOS, had either 16-color EGA or Tandy Compatible graphics, 4-color CGA graphics, or 2-color Hercules graphics. Sound effects were PC speaker beeps or Tandy 3-voice music with a continuous background music loop during the game.