DescriptionIt's all-out war in Scorched Earth, an artillery combat game. You and up to nine friends can duke it out on hills and in valleys as you nuke each other into submission in this turn-based tank battle.
At the start of each round, each player purchases their weaponry, and if they choose, shields and parachutes for defense and safety from long drops. Then it's off to battle! Aim your cannon, taking note of trajectory and wind, and fire off your weapons in attempt to take out the opposition.
The game offers a variety of weapons. A small sample of these include the standard nukes, which obliterate the screen. There's the Funky Bomb, which scatters smaller bombs in an unpredictable variety of directions. Or, if missiles aren't your thing, you can send your foes a personal gift of flaming napalm. There are also dirt bombs which can be used to bury opponents or yourself, for safety from opposing attacks.
One of the other features are the amusing quips displayed before a shot is fired, and when a tank is destroyed. These can even be added to by editing the files to give your threats a more personal flavor.
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- "Scorched Earth: Mother of All Games" -- Informal name
- "Scorch" -- Informal title
Part of the Following Groups
|For all you budding artillery commanders...||Narf! (138)|
|Incredible.||Tomer Gabel (4634)|
|Artillery shooting tanks.... And no worms, either....||Chris Martin (1204)|
|Simple graphics yet one of the most fun games I have ever played.||Attila (582)||unrated|
|Top Secret||Jul, 1992||4 out of 5||80|
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TriviaQuote from the readme file:
Scorched Earth 1.5 was written using Borland C++ 4.0 and Turbo Assembler 3.0. There are approximately 122 C/C++ files and 3 assembly files, totalling over 785K of source code. Scanned mountain ranges were processed with Adobe Photoshop.
Related Web Sites
- Scorched Earth: The Mother of All Games (Official site for Scorched Earth. Includes downloadable version 1.50.)
MajorDad (535) added Scorched Earth (DOS) on Nov 09, 1999
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