In the last episode of Gemhunter, the Philips CD-I made its debut and shocked the world (well, a couple of people) by turning up a gem in the form of International Tennis Open.
Could lightning possibly strike twice? Let’s find out as yer man Scullion takes on another CD-I game, the dark funfair shooting gallery that is Mystic Midway: Rest In Pieces.
Gemhunter is my video series in which I try out forgotten, ignored, licensed or shovelware games I’ve never played in the hope of finding a hidden gem. The video is presented unedited so you can experience the game for the first time as I do. Enjoyed this video and want to see more? You can find past Gemhunter episodes here.
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