Download M.A.X. 2: Mechanized Assault & Exploration PC Game 1998

Download M.A.X. 2: Mechanized Assault & Amp; Exploration

Size to download: 350.81 MB. Version: Full Last Release

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Memory: 512 MB
Processor: 1 Ghz
Storage: 590 MB
Graphics: 3D Graphics Card Compatible DirectX 7
OS: 7, 8, 10
Year: 1998
Developer: Interplay
Version: Full Last Release

M.A.X. 2: Mechanized Assault & EXPLORATION - a unique classic game, published in the past century, combining two genres. Gamer can choose independently whether he wants to play a real-time strategy or step by step. Switching between modes may occur right along the battle. This project has a high difficulty, because it was developed for a long time, in those times when hardcore was in honor. Because of this, artificial intelligence can benefit from the player and try to implement it. Each battle becomes much more significant if the opponent is quite strong and clever.

The plot of the single-user campaign tells about the colonization of new worlds. The player acts as a mission commander called Max. Responsibility for the qualitative construction of a base that includes mining and power plants, plants for creating combat armored vehicles, the main unit of the colonizer troops, and so on.

It is necessary to look for places rich in resources for their processing and construction of the necessary equipment. The enemy does not sleep, and the indigenous people are definitely not like the fact that there are plants on their lands. It is important to constantly be alert and have combat-ready detachments, because the enemy can take a glare at any second. The choice of geimer is provided with more than 50 types of ground, air and sea units to create an invincible troop. All of them have their own set of advantages and minuses, so it will be important to find a balance to level the weaknesses.

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