Sci-Fi Movie Machine Cinemaker Movie Builder - Windows CD-ROM Game

Take the directorís seat in the Sci-Fi Movie Machine and create within the cinema of science fiction -- a dimension of giant robots, awesome spaceships, mad scientists, powerful explosions and strange aliens.

Cinemakerís Sci-Fi Movie Machine gives you the power to create your own movies by tapping into a memory bank of hundreds of digitized film clips. Clips of rockets, women, famous actors, dinosaurs, spectacular special effects and memorable dialogue. Every scene you need to generate thousands of cinematic possibilities. Combine the clips to create science fiction movies as short as a few seconds or an epic the size of infinity!

Choose your clips from within the preview bay, drop them into the sequencer in any order you choose. When youíre ready to see your creation, step up to Mission Control and launch your finished movie and let the show begin.

With the Sci-Fi Movie Machine, launch into outerspace and become the master of a futuristic movie universe where you create new worlds of Hollywood wonder!


Hundreds of digitized film clips of great sci-fi moments
Click and drag live action clips to create infinite special effect movies
Many recognizable Movie Stars at various stages in their film careers
Act as the director and creative force behind movie making as you choose and manipulate clips from actual films
Use Zlap function and watch the clips slow down or zoom up to warp speed
Chilling, futuristic special effects, dialogue and settings
No limits on the length or number of movies you create
Easy save function to watch your favorite movies over and over

Age: Teen/Adult
Category: Game
Price: US$ 34.95
MPC UPC: 7 85471 07 149 9
ISBN: 1-885784-49-X
Part No. 1499

Minimum Requirements: ¨MPC: 4 MB Ram, 386 processor or better, Windows 3.1 or higher, CD-Rom drive, 256 color SVGA card, color monitor.

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