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ZOOM Shockwave Assault
$9.95 (Win 95) (Retail) (SHOCKWAVPR)

Electronic Arts

Game

The Assault has begun. A vast armada of Alien warships unleash a deadly assault on the Earth. Taken by surprise, Earth's forces are crushed and only a small squadron of experimental fighters remain. The only chance for survival lies with you and a band of crack fighter pilots. Counterattacking from the orbital space carrier OMAHA, use all of your piloting skills to drive the Alien invaders out of Earth's cities, past the Moon, and back through the mysterious JumpGate from which they came!

Key Features

Runs in Windows 95 Native Mode.

AutoPlay - automatically plays when the CD is inserted.

Easy-to-use interface lets you get right in and go!

Photo-realistic real-world locations and landscapes.

50 minutes of Hollywood-style video captivates you in the Shockwave drama.

Stunning 3D landscapes; Slice down valleys, through mountains and between skyscrapers.

Over 15 exciting missions based on real aerial photographs.

Requirements: Win 95, 486/66 MHz CPU or higher, Pentium CPU with 2 MB, SVGA video card for full detail, SVGA (640 x 480 16 bit), 8 MB RAM, 1 MB SVGA video card, 10 MB min of HD space, Double-speed (300 K/sec) CD-ROM drive, All natively supported Win 95 Sound cards, Joystick, Mouse.

Reviews:

PC Entertainment, May 1996

"It's a War of the Worlds scenario. In the original game, aliens have landed on Earth, and you, as a fighter pilot launching from an orbiting aircraft carrier, have to destroy every last one of 'em. To do this, you must fight your way through various hotspots all over the world in a series of multi-segment levels."


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