Galactic Circus Games
||(Win98/Me/2000/XP) (Mini Retail) (GLADIATPR)
Publisher: Tri Synergy / Arxel Tribe
- Violence and Blood
Can You Survive The
Playing The Gladiators is fun and easy. Surviving it is
the hard part.
It's the 1970's, and the American military is
working on an top-secret new space shuttle project which goal is to study the
"black hole" phenomenon recently discovered by western scientists. As the
shuttle's construction is coming to an end, the mission is entrusted to Officer
Greg D. Callahan, a former US Marines major. The shuttle is launched under
heavy secrecy towards an asteroid field where a physical phenomenon resembling
that of the famous "black holes" has been detected. As the mission is
approaching the asteroid field, the NASA loses all contact with the crew and
receives no further signal from the shuttle. It is as if the spacecraft has
vanished into deep space.
Lost during the mission, you end up on a strange planet,
forced to fight for your life in the Deathbowl, a galactic deathmatch in an
arena full of screaming, bloodthirsty crowds.
Realistic, real-time effects including explosions,
gravity and shadows.
Highly advanced AI for all enemy forces
Fully interactive environment with 360 scenery
Includes 3 campaigns, and 18 missions, with hundreds of
units to command
Multiplayer mode for up to 16 LAN/Internet players.
- Ambush Opponents: Realistic line of vision lets
you hide from enemy troops, then ambush them at just the right moment.
- Organize Troops: Put your men into line or square
formations for travel and combat
- Trap the Enemy: Blow up terrain and 3D objects
like barrels, walls and towers to expose enemy troops and kill them.
- Increase Your Power: Special Power-ups heal
injured troops, boost defenses, increase speed and more.
- Shoot "Blind": Certain units have the ability to
shoot at enemies they don't directly see.
- Hand-to-Hand Combat: Units know when to switch
from long-range weapons to close quarter fighting using their hands or weapon
to subdue the enemy.
Windows 98/2000/Me/XP: Pentium 500 MHz or faster, 128
MB RAM or greater, 1 Gb free hard disk space, 4x CD-ROM drive, 16 bit Direct X
compatible sound card, 3D DirectX compatible 32 MB of VRAM video card.
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