Download Soldiers of Anarchy PC Game 2002

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Size to download: 640.58 MB. Version: Full Last Release

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Memory: 256 MB
Processor: Pentium III 1000
Storage: 700 MB
Graphics: 32 MB 3D accelerator
OS: 7, 8, 10
Year: 2002
Developer: Silver Style Entertainment
Version: Full Last Release

Soldiers of Anarchy's real-time strategy transfers to a distant future destroyed by a global catastrophe. The user assumes the control of a small group of survivors, which is selected on the surface and tries to restore civilization.

The plot states that 10 years ago on the planet in the laboratory Creators of a dangerous virus, which despite all security measures, broke free to freedom. It caused a global catastrophe, which led to the death of almost the population. Low managed to hide under the ground and wait for the epidemic.

Now it's time to return to the top. A small group of soldiers running the user starts to master the surface. They discover that the power here captured the gangster groups. The world became cruel - the battles for resources and trafficking are thriving here. The key point was acquainted with the group of scientists who found those who released biological weapons to freedom. The player can choose - stand on the side of the sect, which began the spread of the disease or stay with his own criminals.

In the strategy, the soldiers of the anarchy need to be engaged:

  • pump the skills of the detachment (possession of explosives, equipment, fire man;
  • repair of equipment, the treatment of wounded fighters and preparation for a new battle;
  • capture useful objects, including military equipment, aircraft, helicopters, ammunition, and so on;
  • Exchange objects on more perfect people.
For greater realism, the developers have added a dynamic mechanics for changing weather conditions. During battles, almost all environmental objects may be damaged or completely destroyed.

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