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Q.A.D: Quintessential Art of Destruction (DOS)

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Description

The galactic government has sent you - and others - in to rescue some hostages from alien invaders. You are sent in with an aircraft and a personal carrier that is used as a base to repair and re-arm your craft.

Your aim is to collect hostages - using a pod for your craft you must pick up from a factory first, steal them from your opponent bounty hunters, and even to kill hostages to make sure you have more than your opponent bounty hunter - at least 75% of the total. All this while avoiding or fighting the different types of aliens that have taken the hostages in the first place. You can also shoot your opponents craft.

You're limited to fairly low flying planetary air movement in your aircraft. There's a choice of weapons, 3 of which you can take with you at any time, and a choice of pods you can buy which are used to pick up the hostages.

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Q.A.D: Quintessential Art of Destruction DOS Weapons loadout
Q.A.D: Quintessential Art of Destruction DOS Level select
Q.A.D: Quintessential Art of Destruction DOS The pod factory
Q.A.D: Quintessential Art of Destruction DOS Some rather familiar looking aliens

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PC Games (Germany) Jul, 1997 31 out of 100 31
PC Player (Germany) Aug, 1997 1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars 20
Power Play Jul, 1997 8 out of 100 8

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Trivia

A Playstation version was believed to be almost complete when Philips Interactive Media left the video game market and cancelled it.
Knyght (645) added Q.A.D: Quintessential Art of Destruction (DOS) on Dec 03, 2005