Download Tachyon: The Friec PC Game 2000

Download Tachyon: The Fringe

Size to download: 349.02 MB. Version: Full Last Release

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Memory: 128 MB
Processor: Pentium III 700
Storage: 600 MB
Graphics: 32 MB
OS: 98 / ME / 2000 / XP
Year: 2000
Developer: NovaLogic
Version: Full Last Release

Tachyon: The Fringe is a space simulator whose actions unfold in the 26th century. Human kind is already traveling in space and explores its distant corners. Solar system is the center of all mankind, and it protects the star patrol. This organization enters only conflicts between powerful corporations with their own army.

Another world that is not solar system is called the edge, that is, the border. A variety of corporations, pirates, colonists of bors and a variety of rich people fight for wealth and territory.

You will choose different tasks on a special screen, and some quests will be narrowed from the face of various characters that are not related to the main plot. Nevertheless, you will have a choice to which colony you can join: Bora or Galpan. The tasks of the first fraction are harder, and the awards are less. Galspan better pays for its employees and provides various assistants to fulfill orders. There are secondary and basic missions. Some key tasks must be completed for the maximum assessment so that the plot can continue. Manage your own cosmic aircraft with maximum speed. By typing a certain speed, it is possible to disconnect the engines to slide in the endless expanses by inertia. You can visit the stations capable of reproducing and recharge transport.

Performing tasks and fighting with pirate clans or other enemies, it is possible to get a variety of subjects. Things can be sold or acquired for merchants. Weapons can also be bought, but only the one that corresponds to the selected fraction. Galspan has slow but powerful guns. Bora will provide an opportunity to use uncontrollable but rapid guns and rocket.

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