||(Win95/98/NT4/2000) (Retail) (POSTALPPR)
Publisher: Running with Scissors
The Game Every Gamer Wanted...
...and no one else dared to make. Postal - the first and only realistic,
non-stop-killing, action-strategy psychological thriller. No aliens, no
mutants, no stupid quest for dragon's balls. Just good, old-fashioned psychotic
shoot-'em-up action, strategy and government intervention.
Welcome to Paradise...Arizona. They're out to get you (or are they?) It
doesn't matter, you don't have time to think, only time to kill. Go Postal!!
Blast, maim and fire-bomb your way through 17 unsuspecting locales from a small
town to a heavily guarded military complex...
Conspiracy or Insanity? Don't get too crazy - this killing spree is anything
but senseless. Out here, strategy is key - and the locals are packin' - so take
advantage of the third-person "premeditated" perspective that lets you see
exactly who's cold and who's still able to pull a trigger.
shooter/strategy game design challenges you to keep one eye on your target, and
the other looking over your shoulder at all times.
freakin' real, your victims actually beg for mercy and scream for their
3D characters rage against beautifully hand-painted killing fields.
Mutli-player network play over modem, LAN, or the Internet - so you can go
postal with up to 15 other death row candidates.
Game Editor included. No bull, this is the one we used to create the game.
Manipulate characters, actions, and personalities.
Murder opportunities: scary protesters, mow down marching bands and char-broil
whole towns. PLUS: The infamous Special Delivery Expansion levels.
Windows 95/98/NT4/2000: Pentium 90 (Pentium 166 recommended), 16 MB
RAM (32 MB RAM recommended), 256 color SVGA (640 x 480), Sound Blaster 8-bit
(16 bit or compatible recommended), 2x CD-ROM drive (4x CD-ROM drive
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