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X-COM: Terror from the Deep - The sequel

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X-COM: Terror from the Deep is a DOS science fiction tactical strategy game, the sequel of one of the most popular DOS games in history X-COM Ufo Defense. Terror from the Deep was designed by Stephen Gross (the X-COM original being designed by Julian Gollop) and was published by MicroProse Software back in 1995. Terror from the deep doesn't change the winning formula of the first game: run an X-COM base, develop your tactics in away missions and try to discover everything about this new alien menace.

More info about X-COM: Terror from the Deep:

  • Genres: strategy, turn-based tactics
  • System: DOS
  • Released In: 1995
  • Publisher: MicroProse Software
  • Developer: MicroProse Software
  • Designers: Julian Gollop, Stephen Gross
  • Keywords: turn based, science fiction, modern world, isometric, team management, multi-directional scroller
  • Modes: single-player
  • Input: keyboard, mouse
  • Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom
  • Also published for: PlayStation, Windows

More info for collectors:
In 1998, a Windows 95 port was released with UFO Defense as part of the X-COM Collector's Edition. Terror from the Deep has been re-released as part of the compilations X-COM Collector's Edition by MicroProse in 1998, X-COM Collection by Hasbro Interactive in 1999, X-COM: Complete Pack by 2K Games in 2008 and 2K Huge Games Pack in 2009.


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