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Mobile Forces

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Mobile Forces is a first person shooter game where you battle against the opposing AI team or against your friends over a LAN network.

The game features two singleplayer modes - Missions and Skirmish. In the former, players are required to complete each mission in order to unlock further maps. Within each map, the AI bot difficulty level rises and goes through seven skill levels. Skirmish game mode allows to play custom matches.Game Modes/Missions:
  • Deathmatch - Eliminate all the players on the map.
  • Team Deathmatch - Similar to Deathmatch, only played in teams - Red and Blue.
  • Captains - Each team gets a captain and who ever kills the opposing captain the most times, wins!
  • Capture the flag - Both teams have to steal each other's flags in order to win.
  • Holdout - One team is tasked with defending a beacon on a map, which the opposing team must take within a period of time to win.
  • Detonation - Members of both sides scramble to acquire a keycard located centrally on the map, which must then be taken to a console in the opposing team's base to activate an explosive device to score.
  • Safe Cracker - Infiltration of the enemy team's base where you must open the safe and retrieve the loot. After the match, opposing teams switch bases.
  • Trailer - The use of vehicles is integral to success in this team game mode, requiring players to drive explosive-laden units into the base of their opponents in order to get points.
Release date
Rage Software
Blue Moon Red Owl, Funbox Media
Age rating
17+ Mature

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows® 95/98
  • Processor: Intel® Pentium III™ 1 GHz or equivalent Processor
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 32Mb 3D accelerated Video Card
  • DirectX: Version 8.0
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Windows 9.x compatible sound card
  • OS: Windows® 7/8/10 with latest service packs
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5 1.4 GHz or equivalent
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 32Mb 3D accelerated Video Card with Hardware T&L support
  • DirectX: Version 8.0
  • Storage: 600 MB available space
  • Sound Card: 3D Sound Card
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Mobile Forces-underestimated classics of the genre! Personally for me it is not just a fun toy, in which you can own a few puhami, ride on different cars and perform different quests. This Is a long history, which has received another (I hope) very bright and light chapter in the face of the appearance of this brainchild on Steam (I dreamed about it in general from the moment of my registration here). It will be rather difficult to estimate Soberly, but I shall try: it is necessary to make it clear to people that they are missing, having refused to purchase this product. If you combine: Mass character Quake 3 theme Counter-Strike (and partly possibly Battlefield) cynical entertainment (or hilarious cynicism??) From Postal 2 will turn out this creation. There is a good such choice of the type of matches and cards (it is not you in Dota on the same card for hours to drive or in CS strictly hostages take/protect yes bombs to put/neutralize) You do not necessarily not recommended to run on foot, so there is a decent choice Vehicles: from nimble but unsafe buggy to extremely slow but capacious trucks. Just do not try to sit in the passenger seat, if you take Mashingan (№ 6) or Bazooka (№ 7)..., well, for everyone. Voiceover characters on the level (put the Loys, if your first friend was not Serega from the neighboring yard, and Haywood) to fully experience the delights of the game, you have to play, if you want to, but the basis of a sort of vychlenil. Now briefly about the disadvantages: a Peculiar physics (no, not bad for 2002, but peculiar. It May take time to get used to what is happening) At the moment the multiplayer exists only in the locale. I have no one to play with, to check how it is organized in Steam (well, there is little, the profile is, the game is there, the link and drove to play), but the servers are few (if there are any..., it is hoped that if the MF on Steam appeared, then the organization Multiplayer will improve with time) Hell for GRAFO ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ov (well or paradise for oldfags, although from HD-remastering I would not refuse) at Times unstable gravity: If you play, say, 5-7 game in a row, once you can find yourself in another Universe where cars Will not need: they are stupid rise in the air, there crumble (yes, left in some early point of the map of the machine will be self-destruct after some time and return to the place where it was taken, in most cases, it is someone's base) and rise Again, which can make you try to reach these machines already in reality, on the reactive thrust... You ask me, "Well, what are you going to do with this game? What grade? " I will answer that the question is incorrect. Why? You will be indignant because of your Father who stably supported You financially, but once raised your hand? You will resent the presentation in the uni, with which You booze yesterday in the pub, and today he sends to the Peresdacha? Probably, yes. Only you hardly at the same time will stop because of this contact with them, because people are too painful significant and expensive for you, though without flaws. Also with Mobile Forces: Among the small pile of dust, which are sometimes obvious and want to remove their rag, you see the brilliance of this wonderful Grail and feel inexpressible satisfaction from the opportunity to contemplate. Similar feelings leave and this game, which you want to play more and more. And also it leaves bewilderment, why in due time MF has sunk in the summer, having lost competition at the previously listed games. Hopefully, with the advent of MF on Steam, the situation will change, and this brainchild would receive a fair worldwide endorsement.
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