Download Nitro Family PC Game 2004

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Memory: 128 MB
Processor: 700 MHz

Graphics: 32 MB
OS: Windows XP, 7, 8, 10
Year: 2004
Developer: Delphieye Enteryment
Version: Full Last Release

Nitro Family - Shooter offering gamer to participate in numerous shootouts with a huge number of enemies overlooking the first person, created on the territory of South Korea. The engine that was used by the developers is Serious Engine. He was created by people who are responsible for the franchise of a serious Sam, who used their creation in the first parts of the series. In addition to the developed single-user campaign with many levels, the project "Family Nitro" It has a multiplayer with standard modes for the game with the help of an Internet connection.

The plot starts in a distant future, in which most of the inhabitants of the planet Earth were susceptible to the frequent attack of the state of anxiety, depression and mental disorders. Corporation called Golden Bell suggested and released his decision of many years of problems - drugs, which is not addictive, delivering a person from the problems associated with the head.

After decades, quite noticeable side effects from the reception of a narcotic drug began to appear "Healthy Family" - aggressive behavior and desire to destroy everything around. The symptoms were complicated by stopping the reception of tablets and turned into a mass problem. The human race was divided into two opposing camps - "Followers" (drug addicted from drugs) and "soberers" (never used "Healthy Family"). Their confrontations and single campaign and multiplayer battles are dedicated. The husband and wife - Victor and Maria Chopski are becoming protagonists - Victor and Maria Chopski that they are sent to the salvation of their own son, stolen by the sake of experiments with a medicine that eliminates side effects.

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