Abandonware DOS title

X-COM: Apocalypse

X-COM: Apocalypse is the third installment of the very popular X-COM franchise. After X-COM: Ufo Defence and Terror From the Deep, fans expected another smash hit. Apocalypse is quite different under many aspects, from gameplay to aesthetics. X-COM Apocalypse was designed by Julian Gollop (the same designer that brought the original X-COM to life), developed by Mythos Software and released by MicroProse Software in 1997 for DOS and Windows.
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DOS, Windows XP/98/95
4.15 / 5.00 (55 votes)

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X-COM: Apocalypse review

PC Powerplay - Issue 15 (1997): "For: gameplay the has more strategic depth than the proverbial Pacific Ocean. Alien autopsies, hover cars, big guns and dimensional doors...what a great combination. Against: keeping track of finances, weapons supplies, personnel etc can be occasionally overwhelming. The aliens look too "Blobby" and indistinctive."

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X-COM: Apocalypse was re-released as part of the compilations X-COM Collection by Hasbro Interactive in 1999, and X-COM: Complete Pack in 2008 and 2K Huge Games Pack in 2009 by 2K Games.

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Additional info about X-COM: Apocalypse

Status: NOT abandonware
Input: keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: cd-rom
Abandonware DOS views: 15280
Series: X-COM: Apocalypse is part of the x com series.


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