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The game was inspired by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling's novel, The Difference Engine, and its basic plot and stylistics are both based on the novel. In order to fit the soundtrack into the Super NES's audio memory, which is much smaller than the Amiga's, Joseph both used standard compression methods and put all the note data and drivers in the console's main memory, reserving the audio memory for samples.An early version of the game was previewed on the British TV show Gamesmaster, and some screenshots were featured in Amiga magazines of the time.Players choose two mercenaries from a group of six to take on the task of defeating the mad Baron Fortesque and the Chaos Engine itself.The playable characters have various qualities that affect gameplay, such as speed and combat ability.The Navvie and Thug are the strongest and most expensive of the group.They have the highest health and most destructive specials but are slower than the other characters.In the SNES and Sega versions, the character The Preacher had his clerical collar removed and was renamed The Scientist. A sequel to the game, The Chaos Engine 2, was released in 1996. A time traveller on a reconnaissance mission from the distant future became stranded in England of the late 1800s, and his technology came into the hands of the Royal Society led by Baron Fortesque (based upon Charles Babbage), a grand inventor.Fortesque then retro engineered many of the futuristic contraptions, creating an entirely different, alternate timeline.
Unfortunately for the rest of the proud kingdom, the Engine then proceeded to become sentient and captured and assimilated its creator, then began to change the countryside for the worse.The British Royal Family, along with members of Parliament and a large number of refugees manage to escape across the sea, bringing with them many tales of horror.The British Empire is left in tatters, and the world in economic and political chaos.Control of characters cannot be swapped once chosen.It is possible to play with only one character, by starting a two-player game and letting the enemies kill the second character.
Upon its destruction, the narrator of the game is revealed to be the Baron himself, trapped within the machine and studded with implants.