Gadget: Invention, Travel, & Adventure is a videogame or interactive movie, first released by Synergy Interactive in 1993. Gadget resembles a point-and-click adventure game similar to Myst, but with a strictly linear storyline culminating in a fixed finale. Thus it tends to be classified more as an interactive movie rather than a videogame. The story centers around a future dominated by retro technology from the 1920s and 1930s, especially streamlined locomotives and flying machines.

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  • Gadget: Invention, Travel, & Adventure is a videogame or interactive movie, first released by Synergy Interactive in 1993. Gadget resembles a point-and-click adventure game similar to Myst, but with a strictly linear storyline culminating in a fixed finale. Thus it tends to be classified more as an interactive movie rather than a videogame. The story centers around a future dominated by retro technology from the 1920s and 1930s, especially streamlined locomotives and flying machines. The game was originally released on 1 CD in 1993 by Synergy Interactive. A special edition of the game, Gadget: Past as Future, was later released on 4 CD in 1998 by Cryo Interactive for Windows, Macintosh and the PlayStation. A companion volume of additional art and background plot material, Inside Out with Gadget, was also available as well as a DVD entitled Gadget Trips/Mindscapes and an auxiliary CD-ROM containing videos, stills, previews and interactive 3D models under the title 'Preview and Reprise'. On March 23, 2011, a remastered version of Gadget: Past as Future was released for iOS by NTT Resonant Inc.
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  • Windows: Windows 3.1, 33MHz 486, 3MB disk space, 8-bit Sound Card, 640x480 Display. Macintosh: System 7, QuickTime 1.6.1, 33 MHz 68LC040, 8 MB RAM, 640x480 Display
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  • Haruhiko Shono and Hirokazu Nabekura
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  • Gadget: Invention, Travel, & Adventure is a videogame or interactive movie, first released by Synergy Interactive in 1993. Gadget resembles a point-and-click adventure game similar to Myst, but with a strictly linear storyline culminating in a fixed finale. Thus it tends to be classified more as an interactive movie rather than a videogame. The story centers around a future dominated by retro technology from the 1920s and 1930s, especially streamlined locomotives and flying machines.
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