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ZOOM G-Nome
$18.95 (Win95/98) (Retail) (GNOMEPR)

7th Level

Game

The Clash of Man and Machine

G-NOME pushes real-time 3-D simulation over the edge. Experience the terror of being chased on foot by a four-story HAWC. Feel the adrenaline rush as you turn and face the armored giant. Avoid its gunfire as you desperately pull the trigger on your GASHR and eject its pilot. Steal the HAWC and smile with satisfaction as you crush your enemy with his own vehicle.

Pilot more than 20 different mechanized vehicles including assault tanks, swift hovercraft and enormous multi-legged HAWCs, all with unique weapons and capabilities.

Incredibly detailed vehicles display multiple levels of damage, right down to the last body part.

Patrol on foot using rocks and trees for cover. Lower bridges, enter buildings, man guard towers, or recover crates to gain health and new weapons.

Exploit mountains and rivers for tactical advantages as the battle progresses across icy tundra, barren deserts, sweeping grasslands and fields of lava.

Windows 95 native plus DirectX technology makes for effortless installation and fast graphics as well as panning stereo sound.

20-plus missions with multiple solutions pit you against the computer's intuitive AI.

Go head-to-head with up to 7 opponents over a network or the Internet.

Requirements: IBM PC or compatible, Pentium 90 processor, 16MB of RAM, Windows 95, quad speed CD-ROM, mouse or joystick, 256 color display running at 640 x 480, MPC compatible sound card and amplified speakers, DirectX version 2.0 (included), 30 MB of hard disk space.



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