Somewhat Underrated, this side scrolling 2D platformer, was the last of the "Flashback" style titles. Basically, take Flashback, but make it a bit more kid friendly...but at the same time make it dark and give it a fantastic orchestral soundtrack while your at it.
You control Andy, who has somehow managed to traverse the universe through what I'm going to assume was a blackhole, to find his dog, who was kidnapped by shadowy looking creatures. Not to say this game has a very deep plot, but what's here works well for the subject matter and gamplay.
Again, it's kinda dark...yet lighthearted. A very strange mix of platforming, puzzle solving, and action...yet, as a whole, very enjoyable.
This is the complete PC game here, CUE/BIN image, manual, screenshots, and the insanely hard to find soundtrack. It will run on anything above a Pentium I, and even though you might hear some choppy sound in the cutscenes, the game works 100%. Problem is, with the the compression Interplay put on the cutscenes in the game, they somtimes will skip. You'll here minor noise, and then it stops and the scene pauses for a second. Nothing major, I played and beat the game as such, still works great and plays great.