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Adam Blaster: Atomic Enforcer (Windows)

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Atomic Enforcer is a classic-style science fiction game set in the Quad Galactic Alliance. Using advanced technology and futuristic weapons, players search the galaxies for deadly criminals and retrieve these fugitives from alien worlds for financial gain; bringing them back, dead or alive.

The game begins under the shadow of a mystery. The hero (and player), Adam Blaster, regains consciousness within the confines of a galactic prison colony unsure of the events that have landed him in this predicament. As an enforcer trapped in prison, the player is immediately thrown into conflict, caught between the cold threat of robotic guards and the loathing of fellow inmates who find themselves in prison because of enforcers like the player. The player must stage a jailbreak, defeat the warden, recover his ship and return to Atomic Enforcer Headquarters, only to find out that he has been declared renegade, having allegedly accepted a bribe for the release of several intergalactic fugitives. The player’s only hope of proving Adam Blaster’s innocence is to track down the escaped prisoners in an action-filled adventure that covers the remote corners of the Quad Galactic Alliance.

Gameplay focuses on Adam Blaster tracking and capturing intergalactic criminals. The player travels the Quad Galaxies searching for information leading to the whereabouts of the escaped fugitives.

Upon landing in a local system, the player must travel on foot to track down the exact location of each fugitive. With the aid of an extensive arsenal of weapons and technology, the fugitive must be apprehended and returned relatively undamaged to collect the maximum reward.

In addition to the challenge presented by the bounty, the alien flora and fauna factor into the pursuit significantly. In this way, each world offers an action/puzzle challenge to the player in navigation and alien contact.

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Alternate Titles

  • "Intergalactic Bounty Hunter" -- Working Title

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Kevin Mack (8) added Adam Blaster: Atomic Enforcer (Windows) on Mar 15, 2002