"Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee" had wonderful graphics and coloring, and the character rendering befitted the game's
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The game followed the same format as many games released in the late-1990s, the background remained stationary while the character's movement was limited to the screen. When the character moved off the screen, the next screen took some time to load before the player could continue.
Abe was a member of the proletariat forced to work by his bourgeoisie masters. The plot of "Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee" focused on Abe attempting to escape his bonds of slavery, and free his people.
"Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee" was a puzzle-solving game which required the player to move the title character past various obstacles, such as jumping over gaps or maneuvering Abe around his enemies. If Abe was detected, his enemies would literally tear him apart.
"Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee" was a very fun game for its time, but with so many other games available now which feature state–of–the–art capabilities, it really isn't worth spending time on anymore.