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Chiller

Chiller (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Shooter, Light Gun
Developer: American Game Cartridges
More Platforms: Arcade

Publisher
Region
Released
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??/??/1990

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Staff Reviews

Chiller review (Arcade)

Reviewed July 15, 2004

Sho says: "Chiller has carved a raw slice of infamy for itself thanks to a gruesomely graphic horror theme; the gore splatters freely as evil dead and innocent humans alike fall into the line of our crosshairs and prepare to meet their respective makers! And what better place to start our adventure than a nice, wholesome torture chamber complete with practically nude men and women writhing in torment?
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