3D Virtual Australia
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|3D Virtual Australia|
|System(s): Sega Mega LD|
|Publisher: Pioneer LDC|
|Developer: JP Multimedia Entertainment|
|Peripherals supported: 3D Goggle|
|Genre: Electronic Publishing|
|Number of players: 1|
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3D Virtual Australia (3Dバーチャルオーストラリア) is a Sega Mega LD full-motion video tour simulation game developed by JP Multimedia Entertainment and published by Pioneer LDC. Released exclusively in Japan in March 1995, it is estimated that less than 100 copies of the game were produced, and has subsequently become one of the rarest releases on the platform.
3D Virtual Australia is an interactive tour simulation game which uses full-motion video to take players to various famous Australian landmarks like the Sydney Opera House and Ayers Rock. Players are given a definite period of time to visit the available points of interest, and are started with a certain amount of money to do so; additionally, they can choose to visit the casino and play a selection of table games.
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