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ZOOM KKND
(Krush, Kill 'n Destroy)
Sold Out (DOS/Win95) (Retail) (KKNDPR)

Melbourne House / Electronic Arts

Game

The Best AI and Terrain in Real-Time Strategy Gaming

Finally, a formidable computer opponent to challenge the smartest cagey old vet. Battle an AI that probes your defenses, retreats, sets ambushes, and even attacks from multiple fronts. Add units that gain experience through combat, improving their damage potential and acccuracy, and eventually the ability to heal themselves. Then place them in the most immersive terrain available, with hi-resolution, 3-D rendered landscapes where you can drive under bridges for cover or up onto mesas for higher ground. Now you have a recipe to make any PC commander drool - welcome to the world of Krush, Kill 'n Destroy!

Features:

Experience the best AI in real-time strategy. Units gain experience, use ambushes, and retreat.

Fight through hi-resolution, 3-D terrain hide under bridges or take cover behind buildings.

Full multiplayer gameplay with up to 6 players on a network and 2 player modem support.

Command 50 different units and buildings, each with detailed animation and digitized speech.

Battle for survival in 30 single player missions, plus 10 multi-player missions.

Follow a rich story detailing a fight for survival on a post-nuclear planet.

Play from either side: hi-tech, post-holocaust Survivors or violent, mutated Evolved.

Play Like There's No Tomorrow

The Survivors The Survivors stayed underground for 60 years, eating recycled food that made Soylent Green look like haute cuisine. But it wasn't the tin can dinners that drove them back to the surface. It was a lack of the resources needed to run their rapidly decaying technology. The war had destroyed most machines, and those left over were cannibalized to create life-support systems. The Survivors managed to hold on to the technological know-how to create just about anything; all they needed was resources. And maybe some time in the sun. A military community, the Survivors now want to take the surface and "Wipe the tainted land with the Freakers' filthy, stinkin' dead hides." They said it differently, of course, couching their intentions in bland, politically correct military-speak.

Not satisfied with a regular ATV? Well, how about if we rip off the standard cargo hold? Still not happy? Well, how about an enormous fuel tank and a long range flame thrower? Still not happy? Well, there's just no pleasing some people..

The rotational turret on this machine was designed by the Grim Reaper himself. Doesn't go too fast, but anyone who tries to race it is going to come in last - dead last.

The Evolved When the sunblock ran out, the living Folks on the surface mutated pretty badly. These people, eventually calling themselves The Evolved, had to battle mutated beasties and plants, and even though they eventually tamed some of these critters, they still didn't have too good a time. Their mutant warrior brains didn't quite cook in the intensified sun, but sauteed lightly in their natural juices. The Evolved came to believe that the fiery destruction was caused by angry gods, The Scourge, who punished humans for doing forbidden scientific and political things. If the Evolved see the Earth returning to former methods of leadership, well...they won't be too pleased at all. And they'll try to stop it. With force.

This truck is probably a lot less monstrous than the mutants who drive it, but it can do monstrous things, like running people over. (Okay, and occasionally shooting them with its big machine gun, if you want to get graphic...)

A big pincer, two missile launchers, and a crab the size of a small house. You get a case of these crabs, and you'll be doin' more than scratchin', buddy.

Requirements:

MS DOS 5.0 or greater (Windows 95 compatible), Pentium 90 MHz (P120 or faster recommended), minimum 28 MB disk space free, 16MB RAM, 1MB VESA compatible PCI video card, 4x CD-ROM, keyboard, Microsoft or 100% compatible mouse.

Supported: 2-6 player network support using IPX network protocol (hi-performance systems recommended), 2 player modem play with a 100% Hayes compatible 14.4 kbps or faster modem.

Supported Sound Cards: Sound Blaster, SB Pro, SB 16, SB AWE32, 100% SB compatibles, Ensoniq SoundScape, ESS AudioDrive, Gravis Ultrasound, Gravis Ultrasound Max, MS Windows Sound System, Pro Audio Spectrum 16, Reveal FX/32, Roland RAP-10, Sound Galaxy NX Pro 16, Vibra 16.



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