Windows - 2002
Description of X-COM: Alliance Windows
X-COM: Alliance is a video game published in 2002 on Windows by Hasbro Interactive, Inc.. It's a strategy game, set in a managerial, sci-fi / futuristic, turn-based and cancelled themes.
How to play X-COM: Alliance Windows
This demo version of X-COM: Alliance is based on the beta version of Unreal b.219. You must run .bat files.
The file alliance.bat starts the intro, the main game menu with the choice of characters, their equipment, with a briefing and encyclopedia. Levels after viewing briefings from the menu may not start (it's better to run them immediately, without reading the briefings). There is also a launch of levels without a menu interface.
The remaining .bat files (lev ##. Bat) directly start the game levels or their intermediate variants (1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 12). The sound in the gameplay is disabled, as the early version of GalaxyAudioSystem can conflict with modern equipment. To turn on the sound, you must set the UseSound = true option in the [Engine.GameEngine] section of the demo version in the ... SYSTEM unreal.ini file. If desired, you can run any levels from the MAPS folder through the UnrealEd.exe editor.
It is recommended to install the game in the folder C:Alliance
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