Atmosfear - DVD Game
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As cutting edge as the game seemed at the time, it now seems quaintly old-fashioned, and there’s something nice about that. If you’ve got a copy of the video version sitting in your attic – and if you still have a VHS player – it might be worth blowing the dust off, turning the lights down low and the volume up loud to give it another go…
Paulsen, Steven (1996). "Cowboys and Atmosfear". Bloodsongs. Australia: Bambada Press (7): 17. What the Cowboys have since discovered, of cause, is that many players actually enjoy being Soul Rangers, simply because they can go around and do a lot of damage. In fact the next Atmosfear video board game will feature these gruesome boys and will be titled The Soul Rangers. A second DVD board game was released in 2006 titled Khufu the Mummy.  Unreleased Video Game [ edit ]Paulsen, Steven (1996). "Cowboys and Atmosfear". Bloodsongs. Australia: Bambada Press (7): 14. [Atmosfear] was something like six years and six million dollars in production. Comprehensive Coverage: From the troposphere to the exosphere, our review game covers all atmospheric layers, leaving no question unanswered. All it takes to ruin a game like this is for one player not to get into it properly. If one person refuses to do something the Gatekeeper asks them to, the whole illusion of the game is shattered. For that reason, you have to be kind of careful who you play it with. Anyone overly self-conscious, overly cynical, will spoil the, ahem, atmosphere for everyone. But get the right group of people together and it’s a lot of fun.
A ROM image of an unreleased Atmosfear video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System was released on to the internet by Hidden-Palace.  It was in development by Beam Software in 1994, but cancelled for unknown reasons. The current dump of the game is 90% complete, with a game crashing glitch that happens on the Egypt level.  ATMOSFEAR: The Gatekeeper [ edit ]
A major refresh to the series was released in 1995, titled The Harbingers, which sold above the industry's sales predictions in Australia and became one of the top-ten best-selling games in the United States and the United Kingdom within months of its release. Paulsen, Steven (1996). "Cowboys and Atmosfear". Bloodsongs. Australia: Bambada Press (7): 15. This time around the Cowboys teamed up with a British company called JW Spear and Sons.