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ZOOM Moon Project
$9.95 (Win95/98/Me) (UK Retail Box) (MOONPROJPR)

Publisher: SSI

Game - Animated Violence

Ratings:

from scifi.com

            

Earth Shattering 3D RTS - the Sequel to Earth 2150

The year is 2150, one of the blackest chapters in the history of mankind. While the Lunar Corporation, Eurasian Dynasty, and the United Civilized States are preparing themselves for the last, all-encompassing battle, work is being feverishly carried out on a secret project on the Moon. Only the code name of the project is known - Sunlight.

To find the reasons why the Lunar Corporation has become so obsessed with this project, a huge armada of UCS spaceships blasts off for the moon. The Moon Project runs parallel to Earth 2150 Escape from the Blue Planet, the award winning, best selling realtime-strategy hit from Topware Interactive. The UCS and the LC go head-to-head in a completely new game environment, a brand new story with campaigns, new units, buildings, songs and much, much more.

Game Features:

  • The official sequel to the hugely successful 3D Realtime Strategy game Earth 2150.
  • 3 extensive campaigns with over 30 total missions.
  • At least 100 hours of Single player action and endless Multiplayer fun.
  • Each side has over 50 different units and structures.
  • Easy-to-use map editor for creating your own campaigns.
  • Over 25 Multiplayer maps for LAN, Internet and EarthNet.
  • Fascinating weapons systems like the Earthquake Generator, Nuclear Rockets and Artillery.
  • 60 minutes of dynamic rock soundtrack. The perfect accompaniment for each and every phase of this unbelievable game.
  • Multiplayer Mode for up to 8 players over the Internet, LAN or modem.

Requirements:

Windows 95c/98/ME: Pentium II 300 MHz (Pentium III 450 MHz recommended), 32 MB RAM (64 MB RAM recommended), 450 MB free hard disk space, DirectX 8.0, Windows Media Player 6.4 or later, 4x CD-ROM drive, 3D Hardware Accelerated video card with 4MB RAM (8 MB or more recommended) Voodoo 2 or better, DirectX compatible sound card, mouse.

Multiplayer: TCP/IP, IPX, and modem to modem (56K or better required for modem play, Internet connection required for Internet play.)

Reviews:

scifi.com by Mark H. Walker

"The game not only offers the features we've come to expect from the real-time strategy (RTS) genre, but adds new innovation, complexity and beauty to the mix. For instance, resource management is necessary for building and upgrading units as well as researching technology. However, The Moon Project doesn't stop there. The game enables players to transfer resources and units from one mission to another. Players can also customize units' chassis parameters, weaponry and equipment. Like its predecessor, even the vehicles that scurry across the 3-D-rendered landscape in battle and/or in search of resources are beautifully detailed--from headlights and armor plating to propellers and turrets."

"But eye candy alone does not make a game, and the makers of The Moon Project realize that. They didn't skimp on gameplay. In fact, they actually improved the features of the award-winning Earth 2150. New weapons and technology, some unique to each group, accentuate the game's rich strategy elements. Topware Interactive, the title's developer, has even tinkered with the game's AI, enabling units to respond more intelligently on the battlefield."

"Topware Interactive has worked their magic once again, refining the features of their masterpiece with an even better sequel. Fans of Earth 2150 will doubtlessly love this game. Moreover, RTS grognards who are new to the series won't have a problem becoming absorbed in the sequel either."



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