G-Nome 7th Level 1997

In the future, an uneasy peace exists between humans and three alien races. The Scorps are developing a highly powerful weapon, and it's your job to sneak behind enemy lines to figure out what's happening. In this Mech shooter, the single-player game is well structured, taking you through four sets of missions in graphically distinct locales. Once you head out on missions with teammates, you have a nice degree of control over their actions - you can order them to attack or occupy enemy craft and buildings, come to your defense, and even jump inside your vehicle for a ride. Because there are four races in the game, you get a good variety of HAWCs (Heavy Armor Weapons Chassis) and weapons, including tanks and a camera-mounted missile you guide with the joystick. Best of all, you can leave your own vehicle and jump into the enemy's abandoned mechs and laser turrets, take him out with his own weapons, then hop back in your own HAWC and use his IFF (Identify Friend or Foe) code to avoid detection. The title has a full complement of multiplayer options. The graphics, while certainly more colorful and detailed than what you'll find in MechWarrior 2, comes at a price: big pixels and warping terrain. Ground terrain is amazingly pixelated. It can also be frustrating to control and commands can be sluggish.
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Full Demo 44MB (uploaded by GamesWin)
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ISO Demo 399MB (uploaded by Egon68)
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