||(DOS) (Retail) (IRONASSPR)
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In Iron Assault, All Qualities of Man
and Machine are Forged into One.
The mind is human yet the brain is electric. One hand of
flesh controls another made of steel.
In the cockpit of your 50 foot tall fighting titan,
intelligence systems feed the information needed to plot your battle plan. The
External Camera supplies a view of the enemy from any allied robot. The
Communication Link keeps you in constant contact with your rebel squadron and
base. The Compass and Way Point Coordinates keep you from getting lost in
variable terrain. And when your instincts tell you that danger is near, the
robot comes through with his Radar and Movement Scanner to confirm your
On the battle field, weapons systems provide the muscle.
Cannons, Lasers, Missiles or Mines are enough firepower needed to get the job
In order to survive, you must think and react as both man
and machine. Because if you don't, your enemy, the Ruling Corporation, will
have all of the Earth's inhabitants to rule and control with their own iron
fist of both man and machine.
Begin with your choice of three thundering robots. As
you progress, gain rank and strength with even more robots and options to build
Multiple terrain (mountain ranges, Arctic wasteland,
harsh deserts and urban jungles) makes battle conditions different for each
Unprecedented graphic realism due to the use of 3-D
texture mapping and robot models.
Mission briefings complete with digitized audio and
animated video clips.
Supports modem play. Challenge other players in the
486/33MHz, 4 MB RAM (3 MB EMS), DOS 5 or higher, VGA 256
colors, Mouse, CD-ROM drive (at least 150K transfer rate), MCSDEX 2.2 or
higher. Also supports: Joysticks, SoundBlaster sound cards, 2 player mode with
modem or null modem cable.
PC Gamer, August 1995
"Your missions take you through cities and over desert,
mountain, and arctic terrain, with the ultimate goal of reclaiming the world
for democracy. You're briefed and given objectives, you select and arm your
Machine and are then dropped into the combat zone."
"By carefully using your radar, maps, and doing a little
strategic planning, you'll achieve many victories - which make new technologies
available (weapons and up to ten different robot Machines) and bring
advancement in both rank and responsibility. Eventually you'll get to command a
squadron of three other units in addition to your own unit."
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