Amiga Flame - Multimedia Reviews - The Hidden Truth
The Hidden Truth
Price: £29.95 UK Pounds
Requirements:Aga only, 8MB, CD-Rom Drive
This is one of the first Multimedia CD's Amiga Flame has reviewed and I look forward to reviewing more. The Hidden Truth has certainly amazed me with it's overwhelming evidence that Aliens are here and of Paranormal events.
It's pretty easy to use with it working with most Amiga browsers if you want to load it into the one you want or into the one available on the CD AWeb 3.0, once it's loaded you can surf through everything. It brings you straight to the options menu where you can pick your choice of Paranormal from UFO's, Science Fiction, Human Curiosities, startling government cover-ups and Space.
The UFO information is filled to the brim, likewise with every section on the CD. There are sound files and pictures of supposedly UFOs, many I would say are certainly hoaxes and fakes, but some do stand out. Some people have even created images of Aliens, many with a high level of detail and realism. My own favorite was the video footage, some compelling pictures of evidence suggesting Alien crafts are in the skies above. Other info claims they are abducting people although I think they could have sent us Bill Gates; Area 51 certainly contains much data on the many strange happenings; UFO sightings from around the world; Animal Mutilations and stacks more.
To bring you back to Earth but into something even more bizarre, I went into the Paranormal Information. The first line kind of said it all, "Details of everything from sportaneus Combustion to Ball Lightning". The Paranormal Gallery was interesting with photos of the Loch Ness Monster, Ghosts, and Bigfoot (for some people the man in the fur suit). I did find the eerie details of the Bermuda Triangle to be good and perhaps there could be Paranormal goings on.
The Science Fiction section had great info on Alien and Independence Day the movies with plenty of rumours on the new film Alien4.
Human Curiosity section has some bad taste and some really good entertaining stuff. You can find out about some of the worlds most Mass Murders and Adolt Hitler although I think the Titanic had to be the best of this section with animations of the Titanic and theories in what people really think happened. Was it really a iceberg?
The Government Cover-ups section contained some of the greatest cover-ups such as Roswell and even an Area 51 in Australia. There is details on the JFK conspiracy and about secret aircraft's using Alien technology reminds me of one of the X-Files episodes.
The space section had a wealth of info, pictures and animations on Space. Includes planets, blackholes and mysterious comets.
The web sites on the CD contain direct links to the web site so you can visit them online for the latest stuff along with some of there e-mail addresses if you want to discuss about UFO's and other things.
The CD does recommend 8MB but I was able to run on 4MB Fast Ram on an expanded A1200.
I have to say that this is only the tip of the iceberg, there is far too much of me to go through. If your interested in the Paranormal then without a doubt this CD is for you, but if you don't believe in the Paranormal then this probably won't convince you.
Overall "The Hidden Truth offers a wealth of info on the Paranormal and UFO's that seems to be neverending"
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