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Chernobyl: Terrorist Attack

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When large numbers of heavily armed terrorists have taken over the Prypiat' area, European governments shook in fear. Soon enough the fear grew even stronger after the terrorists have made contact. They want ten billion Euro in 24 hours or they will blow up the entire Chernobyl nuclear power plant, releasing clouds of deadly, radioactive materials high into the atmosphere all over the northern hemisphere.

To pay such amount of money to the extremists is unthinkable. Frontal attack, however, could not be thought about, either - the terrorists would have executed their plan if they saw attacking forces. There were too many of them and too well equipped for a quick military operation to succeed.
One possibility remained - to select the best Spec Ops single unit to sneak in and destroy enemy installation, preventing them from blowing up the Chernobyl and killing as many of them as possible. One man. You.

Chernobyl: Terrorist Attack is an old-school FPS, that features:
11 levels in Chernobyl and Prypiat environments
7 various weapons
diverse mission goals
challenging AI
unlockable realistic mode
Release date
Play Publishing
Play Publishing
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Intel Core i3
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce 8600
  • Storage: 3200 MB available space
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Although on Steam is developed and published by Play Publishing, it is actually a game of Silden Games. A Polish study responsible for a whole series of first person shooters on Chernobyl (Chernobyl: Terrorist Attack, Chernobyl 2: Back to Zone and Chernobyl 3: Underground), as well as other shooters like Alcatraz and other games focused on a child's audience . Practically all this developed with an engine called Argon 5, peculiar for its oversaturation of effects such as blur, Bloom, chromatic aberration, etc. Although This is what they have dedicated the last few years, they really have a lot more history on the slopes. This study has been responsible (along with others) of classics such as Mortyr and Mortyr 2, Sniper: Path of Vengeance, as well as The Mark and The Protector. They are Not great titles of the genre but they are perfectly remembered by every fan of the first person shooters. Chernobyl: Terrorist Attack puts us in the skin of an army of one man (Yuri) that is sent to the area of the nuclear power plant in Pripyat, to end a terrorist organization that, with good judgment, has established its base of operations there, threatening To blow up the remains of the central to not comply with their requirements, 10 trillion of leuros, change. I recommend it because I am a fan of Silden and because, despite the scarce resources and less budget, I think they tried to do something decent with what they had. The Voices of Yuri and Svetlana have a good level, the scenarios are varied and does not become heavy at any time. But Nobody expects a big production because it is what it is, an independent game with few media, nor is a production of EA or Activision with which the expectation of a Call of Duty can go pensándoselo better. Obviously the game is not 2017, it came out in 2011 in various digital stores and in Desura. The re-publication of games without reliable information is something that should revise Steam (like so many other things), forcing the new distributors to realize that it is a game that has already emerged a pile of years ago. Because, even though you can perceive it as an independent game, the profile information can imply that it is developed with current tools, and it is not. I would recommend it to the fans of the low budget first person shooters, which is almost a genre in itself, and I would not recommend it to the rest. But as on Steam is Yes/No, for me yes.. Note: It goes without saying that the playing time is not real. I've spent several times in Desura and seeing that they have published on Steam I decided to buy it.
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