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Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold

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You're pitted against Dr. Pyrus Goldfire. He's found a way to replicate pure gold, which he's using to fund his maniacal plan. Goldfire has built six highly-secure, futuristic locations where his creations are being hatched. It's up to you to penetrate his security and stop him at all costs.

"Blake Stone...isn't simply Son of Wolfenstein...it's a wish list fulfilled, enhancing the Wolfenstein canon with many sensible tweaks and some new tricks that'll make your jaw drop." - Electronic EntertainmentFeatures
Break and Take: Crates can be blown apart to reveal weapons and other goodies, such as gold, money, food and ammo.

Break a leg. Theirs.: Over 20 unique and adaptive actors, including guards, aliens, mutants and pods.

Inside Intel: Interactive informants give you clues and hints.

Future Soldier: Five futuristic weapons - from a silent shotgun to an explosive grenade launcher.

See Earth: A stagerring 66 levels, including two secret levels per episode.

Controller Support: Partial Xbox 360 Controller support.
Release date
JAM Productions
Apogee Software
Age rating
17+ Mature

System requirements for Linux

Ubuntu 14.04 / Linux Mint 17, Processor: 2.0 GHz, Memory: 1 GB RAM, Graphics: 256 MB VRAM, OpenGL compatible.

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8
  • Processor: Intel Core Duo 2
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac OSX Yosemite 10.10.3
  • Processor: Intel Core Duo 2
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
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On The wave of success of Wolfenstein 3D, other developers, of course, also wanted to bite off his piece of cake. Young craftsmen from JAM Productions under the wing of Apogee Software, the publisher of Wolfenstein 3D, have developed on the basis of Wolfenstein 3D engine their game-Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold. This time instead of the Nazis we fight with the minions of the totalitarian space system of Dr. Goldfire, as well as all sorts of aliens and robots. I especially remember the Game back in my childhood, so now it was quite intriguing to pass. Despite The fact that Blake Stone gameplay is not much different from Wolfenstein 3D, during the passage it has caused me a much more positive and vivid impressions than the Wolfenstein itself. First, the sci-fi style chosen by the developers is positively affected, which is well noticeable both in the prettier graphics and in the design of the environment and opponents. Second, some flaws have been fixed Wolfenstein 3D, so for example, the map was added, enemies and weapons became larger, and also were introduced new elements such as teleports. Thirdly, in each of the six episodes with the help of the elevator you can move between all levels (not including those that are not yet open by passing through cards). There is little point in this, because the story to re-return to the old levels do not have to, but it is a good opportunity to replenish their health and ammunition, as well as to find the remaining secrets. Also among some embittered doctors-minions Goldfire you can meet friendly NPC, which can give some useful information or a first aid kit. The Funny thing is that I learned about it already closer to the end of the game, but since the benefits of them is not so much, the special weather is not played. Everything would be nothing, but the main problem of Blake Stone was the fact that exactly one week from ID Software came out DOOM, which has forever changed the idea of a PC-gaming. Naturally, this has had a disappointing impact on Blake Stone's sales and the developers were later able to develop only one more project – addon Blake Stone: Planet Strike. More precisely something between the addon and the sequel, because the visual game is quite different from its predecessor. The Graphics were redrawn and made in darker colors, almost all the opponents are new, though most of them are based on the enemies of Aliens of Gold, and instead of access cards we now have to roll security cubes. Planet Strike passes faster than the original, as there is only one episode, but the impression leaves the same pleasant. It is a Pity that this series is unlikely to ever continue. Although, perhaps in the modern world this is not what it is.
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