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ZOOM The Hive
$14.95 (Win95/98/Me) (Retail) (HIVEPR)

Trimark Interactive

Game

Ratings:

4 stars from PC Entertainment

The sinister NoirDyne Corporation has reactivated a once abandoned bioweapons production facility: The Hive. Operated by genetically engineered called Hivasects, the Hive is producing a toxic substance to be used as a biological weapon. You and your partner, Ginger, had been given an assignment to infiltrate NoirDyne. Something went terribly wrong... your cover was blown off and now the chase is on. With the help of Ginger's brief data loads, you must battle your way through enemy fighters, ground troops, robot weapons, and deadly alien Hivasects. Destroy The Hive, save Ginger... and the Galaxy.

Designed exclusively for Windows 95... true 32 bit autoplay.

Killer 16 bit graphics... 65,000 colors.

20 levels of pulse-pounding arcade action.

Two game play styles: gut-wrenching action sequences combined with never-before-seen Panoractive game play that puts you in the middle of the action.

Requirements:

Windows 95/98/Me, 486/66 MHz, 8 MB RAM, PCI or VL-bus SVGA video cards, MPC Level 2 compatible 16-bit sound cards, Double Speed (300 KB/sec), Supports Thrustmaster FCS, CH Flightstick Pro and other advanced input devices.

Reviews:

PC Entertainment, February 1996

"As Max, you pilot aircraft and jetpacks and shoot it out with various enemies on foot as you work your way through The Hive's 20 missions, which range from a botched rendezvous with a Noir Dyne destroyer to a confrontation with the Hivasect queen. Thankfully, you're not alone during all this fast, furious - and challenging - action. Federation agent Ginger Malloy keeps you updated with vital information via a video communications link."

"A pure action shooter with impressive photorealistic graphics, The Hive is perhaps the first game to really showcase Win 95's gaming potential. From jagged mountain ranges to complex enemy strongholds, the graphics remain first-rate. The same holds true for the game's numerous plot-advancing cinematics."



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