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- State of the art 3D game environment 65 diverse missions
- Stunning lighting FX engine 6 spectacular worlds
- 8 player LAN Network play Full 3D spatial sound support
- Diverse vehicles and weapons modes Full Force Feedback support
Every breath they take...............could be your last !
It wasn't recreation. It was reconnaissance.
They have visited our planet many times before and all we've been asking ourselves is:
do they exist?
Fact is: they know we're here.
Now they're returning..
with the intention of staying..
to make all this their own..
our land. our lives. our air.
Designed from the outset to fully utilise the emerging Pentium™II and AGP technologies INCOMING™ offers Land, air and sea arcade action.
Awesome line-up of military hardware: AT-AT guns, Track Tanks, Sand Crawlers, Hovertanks, Stealth Sea Craft, Attack Helicopters, F22 & S/VTOL Aircraft + Alien fighters - to name but a few.
Contributed by Jeanne (75508) on Nov 12, 2007.
Vengeance - Twenty years after the earth was attacked, humanity has created an armada to uncover and attack potential alien threats. They have found your homeworld, and your planet will be next...unless they can be stopped.
"I honestly have not had this muchwhite knuckled excitement for quite a long time" - Avault.com
"Incoming Forces has all that it takes to entrap every shooter fan out there... 84% - very good" - Actiontrip.com
_Advanced physics engine that allows life-like motion of objects in real-time and unbelievable gaming environments and weather effects
_Story driven campaign spanning 10 huge levels unfolding across four worlds
_Massively destructive weapons including 'fly-by-wire' manually guided missiles
_Pilot aircraft, tanks, and turrets and switch vehicles on the fly
_Control wingman and repair and reload vehicles to optimize your attack
_Full internet and LAN support for intense multiplayer action
_Supports resolutions up to 1600x1200
_The sequel to the award winning multi-million unit seller 'Incoming'
Contributed by Abi79 (352) on May 23, 2006.