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Havoc (Windows)

Havoc Windows World One (Badlands)

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Description

Destroy tanks, turrets, and other enemies in a future world controlled by powerful corporations. It's quite similar to Battlezone. Your play ranges through multiple worlds that feature different terrains, enemies, and powerful weaponry. The game also has network play available over modems and networks. Up to 16 gamers on both Windows and MacOS can play against each other.

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Havoc Windows World One (Badlands)
Havoc Windows World Two (Fallout)
Havoc Windows Gate Key in World Five (Wasteland)
Havoc Windows Main Menu

User Reviews

Enjoyable Riff on Battlezone Adam Baratz (1352) 3.8 Stars3.8 Stars3.8 Stars3.8 Stars3.8 Stars

The Press Says

Gamezilla Feb 29, 2000 81 out of 100 81
GameSpot Sep 06, 1996 7.4 out of 10 74

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Trivia

DirectX

This game was one of the early DirectX/Game SDK games. You'll see in that Alex St. John, Microsoft's first DirectX evangelist, was mentioned in the special thanks section of the credits.

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  • Havoc (official website)
Adam Baratz (1352) added Havoc (Windows) on Dec 28, 2000
Other platforms contributed by Cyborg (1181)