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Play Like There's No Tomorrow
Finally, a formidable computer opponent to challenge the smartest strategy game yet. Start with artificial intelligence that probes your defenses, retreats, sets ambushes, and even attacks on multiple fronts. Add units that gain experience and abilities through combat. Then place them in hi-res, 3-D rendered landscapes where you can take cover or drive to higher ground to gain strategic advantages. Welcome to the world of Krush, Kill 'N Destroy.
Earth: What the Hell Happened?
It's unclear who threw the first stone, but in any case it was a big one with "Warnign - Nuclear Device" plastered all over it. Warheads rained down from above and within a week little was left of humanity.
Now that the radioactive dust has settled, two groups battle to control the planet: The Survivors, a military community that survived in underground bunkers and The Evolved, mutant surface-dwellers who believe the fiery destruction was caused by angry gods who punished humans for performing forbidden scientific and politcal actions.
Fight through hi-res 3-D terrain that affects gameplay - hide under bridges or take cover behind buildings.
Units gain experience, use ambushes, and retreat.
Play as post-holocaust military Survivors or violent, mutated Evolved.
Windows 95/98/Me/XP: Pentium 90 MHz or faster (P120 recommended), 36MB hard disk space (81 MB recommended), 16MB RAM, 1MB DirectX compatible PCI video card, DirectX compatible sound card, 4x CD-ROM drive, keyboard, Microsoft or 100% compatible mouse.
Tested OK on Windows XP.
Supported: 2 players can be supporter per copy of KKND Xtreme, 2-6 player network support using IPX network protocol, 2 player modem play with 100% Hayes compatible 14.4 kbps or faster modem. 2 player serial play using null modem cable, Direct X compatible sound cards, Direct X compatible video cards.
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