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Incoming Forces

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Prepare for one of the most action packed-shooters in PC gaming history! Every level is full of enemies and targets for you to destroy! In the first game you will battle alien forces intent on wiping out the Human civilization. As a soldier you will use various vehicles and defend vital bases on Earth against the invaders' forces. In the second one you will become a soldier of the alien species and protect your home world from the forces of the Human armada.

Both games were famous for fast-paced action, hordes upon hordes of enemies and incredible, cool and satisfying gameplay – this pack is perfect both for hard core action shooter gamers and “Sunday school” casuals. Tons of fun included.
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Rage Software
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Kiss, Funbox Media
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http://kiss-ltd.co.uk/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • Processor: 1 GHz Processor
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7
  • Additional Notes: NOTE: Incoming will not work on some Windows 8 machines.
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • Processor: 1.4 GHz Processor
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 9
  • Additional Notes: NOTE: Incoming will not work on some Windows 8 machines.
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I acquired Incoming Forces, including Incoming, in the Steam Christmas sale. Incoming Forces is the second Part of Incoming. In Incoming, as Memsch, one Defends his Homeland. In Incoming Forces, one is an Alien who defends his Homeland against the People. In the End though ... No, find out for yourself;) First, since my Package consists of 2 Games, there are 2x 5 Points "up for grabs" here:) A Bonus Point there for the Retro-factor as I like older Games. However, the Bonus Point is only available if the Game runs-without much effort-on more up-to-date hardware. First to Incoming. I know Incoming thanks to the good old Sega Dreamcast Games console. So I should get on with it well. In the Beginning, you have control of a Gun Tower and you can fire some Missiles. Then you control a Heli, followed by a Tank and again a Gun Tower. Later, other Solits may also be controlled. The Game is not a Simulation, but an Arcade shooter. As a result, the Control is very simplified, but still has its Challenges. None of this would be a Problem if the Control by Keyboard/Mouse, or Gamepad, was successful. For example, you can not adjust or reverse the mouse Axis, or the Joystick Axes. It is possible to Set the Key Assignment, but it is not taken over. While my Mouse/Keyboard setting Was Ineffective, with a Gamepad (Logitech Gamepad 310) I could at least control the Gun Tower in the first Mission And also shoot off a few Aliens. The Control of the Heli's and the Tank also succeeded. But, from the following gun Tower sequence was then Over. As fast as the emerging Bomber made you flat, you couldn't align the Tower. I know This differently from the good old Sega Dreamcast: The Gamepad, or the Controls were brisk, precise and accurate. Here in the Community, I've seen that have a lot of Control issues, whether by Taastature mouse or Gamepad. I recommend a Patch here, or a Release as OpenSource of the Porgram Code, so that we can fix the Problems .. Among the Points: Graphics: 1, Sound, 1, Running Ability on Windows 7:1, Control: 0 (because of the Errors), Retro Flair: 1 = 4 out of 5 Now to Incoming Forces. Incoming Forces is the second Installment in the Incoming Series that-afaik-never appeared on the Sega Dreamcast. In Incoming Force, one plays an Alien who has to stop the Attack of Humans, as Humans see their own Species as Allies of those Extraterrestrials who once attacked the Earth. Later, one fights Side by side of some People who stand in the way of this War. And... Oh, You notice that early enough. Controlling by Keyboard and Mouse, or by Joystick (see above, I used the same Gamepad here), works without a Hitch. However, who-as I know the Battlezone series-will be very surprised why the Hover Tanks have such a bad Reaction and can't even hover over a Cliff on the Coast of some Maps ... Here I would have liked to see better Control/Reaction. You can see in the Battlezone series that this is possible. Overall, however, many Bugs have been fixed here, or have been well circumvented. Among the Points: Graphics: 1, Sound, 1, Running Ability on Windows 7:1, Control: 0.5 (due to the Errors/Problems with the Hover tanks), Retro Flair: 1 = 4.5 out of 5 Please note: This is my personal Rating. And, they are Retro Games, so Games that are more than 20 Years old. Incoming came on the Market in 1998 and Incoming Forces in 2002. All in All, those who like old Games can access here:)
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