With the help of Sparkie, a little ball of energy created by Professof Albertus you are going to travel through History. Your mission: collect during your journey through lime and space a maximum number of objects in a limited tone period!
An arcade game full of surprises in which logical thinking, good reflexes, skil and reasoning are the qualities required to complete this fabulous adventure.
Abstract: BIG BANG SHOW
Big Bang Show is an exciting and challenging game of skills featuring Albertus the mad scientist and his latest discovery, Sparkie, a bouncing ball of energy.
For 1 to 2 players, Big Bang Show is a 2-module game package:
- The "main module" is an arcade action game, with 100 screens and a rising level of challenge,
- The "question module" is the Time Quizz, comprising 1000 questions on the historical periods the player travels through:
Only when the player collects the right items, avoids the traps and answers Albertus' questions, can he hyper-space jump into another period. This requires reflexes, speed, knowledge and memory.
More than just a game, the host Albertus adds warmth, humour and personality, presenting realistic adventure for the participants to experience.
Big Bang Show offers a rich graphic environment, including computer graphics for all game screens, digitalized images to illustrate the five periods, video sequences for Albertus' appearances, a sound element for the sound of the ball in movement or in collision with objects, and an original musical accompaniments to the game.
Bibliographic: BIG BANG SHOW!
PHILIPS INTERACTIVE MEDIA FRANCE - INFOGRAMES
BIG BANG SHOW a CD-I by Jean-Claude Larue and Bruno Bonnell
Design and production: INFOGRAMES MULTIMEDIA
Executive producer: Bertrand Brocard
Producer: Corinne Letellier
Technical director: Eric Mottet
Original concept: Loriciel
Original program: INFOGRAMES MULTIMEDIA
Mock-ups, tests: Pierre Girardeau
CD-I Programmation: Interactive Support Group Productions, Lee Chidgey, Doug Labus, FrŽdŽric Azera
Scenario: Hubert Chardot, StŽphane Robert, Christian Nabais
Translation: Johan Robson
Music and sound effects: Thierry Carron
Video producer: Thierry Ledeul
Professor Albertus: Henri Osinski
Casting and styling: FrŽdŽrique Hurpeau
Make-up: Marie-Anne Hum
Dubbing: Ben Smith
Graphics: VŽronique Luillier, Christine Ravier, Dominik Fusina
Story-board: Jack Manini, CŽdric Gachet