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In Steel Walker a civil war is going on. It was triggered because the president collaborated with terrorists so he could change the constitution to stay in his position. Three years later the UN developed a big combat robot and now the player takes the role of Jack Logan who boards the robot to kill all terrorists.

The mech has different parts which can be damaged independently from each other, e.g. if the board electronics malfunctions the player can't use the radar and automated targeting. But for the movement there are two important parts: the lower body and torso. The torso is controlled by the mouse and is responsible for the machine gun fire. The lower body is controlled independently with the keyboard and decides the direction of movement respectively of the missiles. The mech walks on his own, the player only controls the speed in five graduations.

The missions are use a linear design and the goals vary from liberating an area to rescuing someone - but basically it all boils down to killing everything hostile on the way. When the player walks over boxes he receives power ups which restore the mech's health or upgrade the weapons. There are overall six weapons which can be upgraded two times each.


Steel Walker Windows Mission 1  (demo version)
Steel Walker Windows Mission briefing (demo version)

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Game Captain Mar 26, 2007 40 out of 100 40
GameStar (Germany) Mar, 2007 33 out of 100 33 Apr 17, 2007 18 out of 100 18
Absolute Games ( Sep 02, 2007 10 out of 100 10
Yiya Mar 16, 2007 F 0


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Patrick Bregger (223322) added Steel Walker (Windows) on Dec 19, 2009