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Radix: Beyond the Void (DOS)

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Advertising Blurbs

Print advertisement - PC Player 07/1995:
    Demnächst bei CDV:

    Radix


    Fliegen Sie den Radix Superfighter in verschiedenen strategischen Missionen im Kampf gegen Aliens! Radix fasziniert durch modernste 3D Technologie mit Texture-Mapping und hoher Detailgenauigkeit. Natürlich haben die Programmierer von Union Logic-Software dafür gesorgt, daß sich dieses Game auch so gut spielt, wie es aussieht!

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (116413) on Apr 05, 2010.

Unknown Source:
    Radix: Beyond the Void is an intense 3D action game developed for the PC platform. While playing Radix, you'll fly down the alien infested tunnels of the Theta-2 base as well as the massive alien ship. You will also fly Beyond the Void, where unknown terrors await you. It'll take great persistence and skill to navigate the small assault fighter through the winding tunnels and corridors to successfully accomplish your mission. (Un)fortunately, heavy alien resistance will hinder your objective.

    Radix: Beyond the Void has 3 large episodes each consisting of 8 regular missions and one secret mission. The action is non-stop, with only small breaks for the mission briefings. In each mission, you will have a unique primary objective ranging from action packed seek & destroy to stealthy recon missions. Before each mission, briefing information details objectives as well as the location of hostile alien activity.

    Within the game, you have complete control , including lateral/horizontal movement and the freedom to fly in any direction. Hazards such as enemy ships, mindless alien zombies, missile launchers, crushing floors and ceilings, steeply sloped tunnels, tractor beams, gravity wells, and more will attempt to stop you from completing your mission.

    Contributed by Derrick 'Knight' Steele (2146) on Feb 29, 2000.