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Intrude

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Intrude is a first-person shooter inspired by old FPS titles like Wolfenstein 3D and Doom. There is an old underground base, abandoned long time ago, suddenly taken over by some kind of private military and emitting a strange signal. Your mission is to get in, find your way up through fifteen levels in one of three game modes and destroy the source of that signal. There is a lot of hidden data scattered across the base. Try to find as much data as you can to find out who they are and what they are up to.
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Michal Kruba
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Michal Kruba
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System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2.3 GHZ
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256 MB
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 30 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Widescreen aspect ratio recommended.
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Last Modified: Jul 18, 2022

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Explorer
Find all secrets.
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Tremors
Destroy all barrels.
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No time to waste
Finish the game under an hour.
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Decryption complete
Find all Data Cores.
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Die another day
Finish the game without dying.
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Intrude reviews and comments

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Microsoft from French
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Microsoft from French
Very short game but at low price nice
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Microsoft from French
nice little game. It would be stylish if there would be a multi or Coop... Thank you!
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Needlessly difficult due to missing the quicksaves. When you die, you start at the beginning of the Level. Nope.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Yo Folks. So for that, the Game 2016 has been released, the Graphics are of course a bit low, but that's exactly what gives this game its Charm. It's a little like Wolfenstein and that's exactly why I love this Game.
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Microsoft from French
I liked a lot, really, a "Wolfenstein + +" that works wonderfully on recent PC with good resolutions. Ultra smooth (at the same time it's going to be hard to make it rowing). Very large levels, tough enemies and progressive difficulty. I highly recommend
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Microsoft from French
Intrude is a first-person arcade game inspired by Gungodz and Wolf3D. So it's not a game for everyone, but those who like to play games like that today will enjoy the two little hours of adventure. There are several levels of difficulty, secrets to be found, successes etc... for those who want to get to the end of the game. Be careful you can not change the keys and the game is in basic QWERTY, so will have to pass the QWERTY keyboard to play correctly.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Intrude-Doom, just pixelated intrude is a doom like action FPS shooter in which you run through Level and bang off your Opponents with a Variety of Weapons. The Story is simple and doesn't have much to do with the actual Gameplay. An Underground Base was inherited by an unknown Military Unit. Your Team receives strange Signals. You're supposed to get to the bottom of the Matter. Here it is important to find the secret Areas in order to collect so-called "Data Cores," which are also important for an Achievement. Successes: Very fast action, as in Doom The shooting with Weapons Feels very good, including through the Screen shake matching and charming Pixel Graphics Solide Sounds Class Soundtrack, reminiscent of Doom Mediocre: Story a little meagre Partly a little too easy, Or too severe Negative: Aberration Hazard due to the Lack of a Minimap/card Monotone graphic (1 Tieset for 15 Levels) In Summary, however, it can be said that Intrude is a solid, Doom-like pixel shooter. Screen Shake and Charmanz of Pixel graphics Evoke memories of Doom. However, the Lack of a Map is a real Criticism, which will hopefully be unseen in future Updates. Clear Purchase recommendation for Retro-lovers.
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