Men: Toys in Space
||(Win95/98) (Retail) (ARMYMENTPR)
Game - Animated Violence
Finally, Proof that Little Green Men
Exist in Outer Space
A horde of alien toys has invaded Earth. Now they've
enlisted the Tan Army to help them conquer the galaxy. All hope rests with one
man, a green plastic soldier known as Sarge.
Enter Tina Tomorrow and her battalion of Space Troopers.
Joining force with the Green Army, they freeze, zap, vaporize and blast their
way through the bathroom and into outer space with hopes of destroying the
diabolical alliance in the name of good.
Real Combat - Plastic Men
Enhanced game interface - Manual control system for
individual units, map briefing screens, multi-player options screens, and easy
grouping of units into squads.
Game options include: unit and asset purchase system,
point based game play, multi-player competition with soldiers from three races
and computer opponents.
Two new races of toys - The Galactic Army of Stunners,
Paralyzers, Gunners, and Incinerators and the Army of Larvae, Spiders, Drones,
New worlds to explore - including a city on a space
planet, a bathroom, a sandbox and a backyard picnic.
Cool new weapons - Fight with silenced rifles,
incendiary grenades, napalm, heavy paratroopers, freeze rays, laser guns, fly
swatters and glue.
Windows 95/98: Pentium 90 (P133 recommended), 16 MB
RAM (32 MB recommended), 100 MB hard drive space (275 MB recommended), 4x
CD-ROM drive, 1 MB SVGA DirectX 6.1 compatible Video Card (2 MB Video Card
recommended), Keyboard, Mouse.
Multiplayer supports TCP/IP, IPX for network play with up to
4 players, Supports 2 player serial cable & modem to modem connection.
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