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A.I.M.: Artificial Intelligence Machines (Windows)

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A.I.M.: Artificial Intelligence Machines is a action game with simulation elements in the same vein as MechWarrior.

Deep in space is the planet Polygon-4 where only highly intelligent, mechanical beings live. This advanced civilization's one goal: to become perfect. To that end, they engage in exploration, gathering of data and upgrades, trading as well as in fierce competitions against each other.

You will take the role of one of these robotic creatures inside your anti-gravity, floating glider. The world consists of different pods of AIMs called Zones, each with its own social structure and laws. Exploration and interaction with other mechs living in each zone will provide quests and opportunities for trade and conquest. You can also choose to join one of the zones and become a member of that tribe. There are over 50 types of weapons, 30 types of gliders (mechanical and bio-mechanical) and numerous battles and missions.


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A.I.M.: Artificial Intelligence Machines Windows Under attack from a hunter
A.I.M.: Artificial Intelligence Machines Windows Take that!
A.I.M.: Artificial Intelligence Machines Windows ...or in first-person.
A.I.M.: Artificial Intelligence Machines Windows Examining items in my ship's hold

Alternate Titles

  • "Механоиды" -- Russian spelling
  • "MechMind" -- Working title
  • "AIM 1" -- Informal name

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Absolute Games (AG.ru) Jul 07, 2004 78 out of 100 78
7Wolf Magazine Mar 24, 2004 7.7 out of 10 77
Jeuxvideo.com Jun 01, 2004 11 out of 20 55
Joystick (French) May, 2004 5 out of 10 50

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Jeanne (75624) added A.I.M.: Artificial Intelligence Machines (Windows) on Apr 05, 2008