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Solar Crusade (Windows)

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Solar Crusade, the follow-up to Chaos Control, is a cartoon-movie based science-fiction rail shooter game like Rebel Assault. The player takes on the role of a fighter for the Orbital Defense Force (ODF). At the beginning the ODF thinks that they have defeated their enemies – the Kesh-Rhan, but that was a mistake.

In five chapters, the player has to shoot everything they see on the screen. Some of the enemies leave ammunition or energy-pills on the battle field. In some cases, the player can choose the direction they fly in and may even stumble upon a secret level.


Solar Crusade Windows The camera in this game rotates a lot.
Solar Crusade Windows The game's graphics are often rather dark.
Solar Crusade Windows Excellent animations between levels tell the story of the game.
Solar Crusade Windows Some aliens shot provide extra ammo.

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PC Joker Nov, 1996 52 out of 100 52
PC Games (Germany) Oct, 1996 34 out of 100 34
PC Player (Germany) Oct, 1996 1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars 20


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Last official game released for the Philips CD-i.
Rantanplan (1711) added Solar Crusade (Windows) on Apr 13, 2002
Other platforms contributed by Kabushi (126960)