The Time Machine

As Wells arrives in the future, his time machine disappears in a burst of energy, stranding him in a world of immortality that is buffeted by temporal storms that erase the memories of and randomly age everyone they envelop. Unless you are forewarned of the storm's arrival, in which case a taste of black salt crystals will preserve your memory and stop the aging process. But Wells, by traveling through time, has caused a rift that is adversely affecting that time period's occupants! We are going 800,000 years into the future to an era in which man has attained eternal life yet lives in the desert. No phone, no lights, no motorcars, not a single luxury. Like Robinson Crusoe, they're primitive as can be. Except for the weapons. Yes, that's right, this enlightened, eternal society can and will liquidate each other.
License Free to try
File Size 71.68 MB
Operating System Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows
System Requirements Windows 95/98