Download Warsaw PC Game 2019

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Memory: 2 GB
Processor: Intel® Core ™ i3 2.66 Ghz
Storage: 4 GB
Graphics: 1024 MB, OpenGL 3.0
OS: 7, 8, 10 (64-bit)
Year: 2019
Developer: Pixelated Milk / Gaming Company
Version: v 1.0 Build 112 [New Version]

Warsaw is a tactical role-playing adventure game, covering events that happened on the streets of a blasting city captured by German troops during the terrible, bloody World War II, which has changed forever fate of millions of people. The rice in this project was created using handmade, which creates a unique style of locations and characters that you want to worry. The player will collect a group of surviving and leading struggle against the occupiers in its ranks for the organization of group resistance and increasing the overall chance of survival in such a difficult time for Warsaw 1944.

The gameplay is built on the team collaboration of the created party. Every person, whether it is a soldier, an old man, a girl or a child, possesses not only a personal prehistory dropped along the passage, but also a unique set of abilities and skills, allowing to create a variety of traps for their extermination. It is necessary to arm your company from what will fall at hand from killed enemies or during location research. Scene quests will depend on the members of the resistance movement. Without taking one person in their ranks, gamer deprived of his tasks. You can pass them in the following passage.

In any war you can not do without loss. During numerous clashes with simple infantry of the German army, motorized brigades, machine-gun calculations and armored equipment, the player will have to make moral elections affecting the further events and fate of the members of the detachment. The end result of the passage should be the liberation of the city, in which the gamer will take part.

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