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FALLEN HAVENDas letzte, was 800 Milliarden entsetzte tauranische Zuschauer der Live-Übertragung sahen, waren die seltsamen Zeichen der Aliens auf dem Container...
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Contributed by Patrick Bregger (98888) on Apr 13, 2010.
The planet New Haven was supposed to be a paradise, an idyllic, peaceful new home for colonists from Old Earth. But that was before the wars broke out, before the provinces turned on one another, and before the aliens arrived...
- Strategic and tactical levels of gameplay
- Build structures, research technologies, and fight battles
- Play as humans or aliens, each with unique strengths and weaknesses
- More than 15 territories to conquer in each scenario
- Multiple difficulty levels
Unwittingly, Earth scientists awoke the sleeping giant of the Tauran war machine. The same deep-space probes that first discovered New Haven also alerted the aliens. Now the Taurans, warlike aliens previously unknown to humankind, have mounted a campaign, descending upon New Haven with one goal: total conquest.
Contributed by Multimedia Mike (17338) on Aug 13, 2006.
INTERACTIVE MAGIC TO RELEASE SCI-FI WARGAME "FALLEN HAVEN" TO HIT SHELVES IN LATE MARCHResearch Triangle Park, NC, March 97 -- Interactive Magic, a developer and publisher of high quality Internet, Online and CD-ROM games is preparing to release Fallen Haven - an exciting new science fiction strategy wargame. Set in the distant future, Fallen Haven allows players to emerse themselves in a struggle between human and alien forces for control over the planet of New Heaven.
"Fallen Haven introduces a new genre to our product line. We wanted to satisfy game players that enjoy futuristic science fiction titles," said Interactive Magic's Chairman "Wild Bill" Stealey. "Fallen Haven is a challenging strategy game and will provide hours and hours of entertaining gameplay for our customers."
Previews for Fallen Haven suggest the new title could be a 'sleeper hit' in 1997. PC Gamer Magazine recently said Fallen Haven "could be the space conquest game we've been waiting for; one that has all those features you wanted in the other games but that doesn't take more than five minutes to learn." In a recent preview of Fallen Haven, Computer Games Strategy Plus Magazine said "it should be one of those titles that grabs the limelight with its easy-to-approach gameplay."
Fallen Haven gets its reputation for ease-of-play from intuitive menus, a concise manual and easy troop movement. Players can fight as human or alien forces (Taurans) and are able to command futuristic armored units such as Hover Tanks, Gunships and special "Flyers". Players can control Light Ground Tanks and Infantry Units.
# # #Fallen Haven was developed for Interactive Magic by MicoMeq Software. Interactive Magic is based in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, and is supporting Fallen Haven with a worldwide marketing campaign and worldwide distribution.
Contributed by Jeanne (75627) on May 16, 2004.