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UFO Trilogy (PC DVD)

Platform : Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
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  • Devastating weapons & battle tactics
  • Extensive terrain & destructible environments
  • In-depth character development Strategy, resource management & action
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  • Platform:   Windows XP / Vista / 7
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
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  • ASIN: B004O6MO32
  • Item Weight: 449 g
  • Release Date: 11 Mar. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,849 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Pit your wits against a formidable alien enemy

UFO: AFTERMATH
UFO: AFTERSHOCK
UFO: AFTERLIGHT

This collection from the critically acclaimed UFO series takes you on a voyage from Earth to Mars! Enjoy hours of gameplay in this combination of squad based tactical action and global strategy

3 in 1 Pack

UFO: Aftermath Will pit you against an alien threat. Use all your skills and abilities to defend planet Earth from destruction. Fight against mutant and alien invaders, research new technologies, and develop powerful weapons to help you in your war against the uninvited marauders

UFO: Aftershock The year is 2054. The surface of Earth has become uninhabitable. Retreating to the flying haven of the Laputa, the remnants of humankind cling to existence. A human revolt aboard the Laputa escalates into a conflict that destroys the colony. Can you reclaim the Earth from the unknown forces that chased you into the skies

UFO: Afterlight Takes alien warfare to another time and place. Mankind has been dealt a cruel blow and your homeworld has been lost. Fight for the survival of your race as you fight to conquer a new home for mankind – planet Mars

Devastating weapons & battle tactics
Extensive terrain & destructible environments
In-depth character development
Strategy, resource management & action


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sorceror on 17 Jun. 2012
In the beginning, after the Garden of Eden but before computer games, there was Gerry Anderson and he was good. In fact he was one of the most brilliant and innovative creators of children's television ever - "Joe90", "Firebird XL5", "Stingray", "Thunderbirds", "Terrahawks", "Space 1999" and "UFO". Unusually "UFO" was largely live action (most of Anderson's work used, for the time, very life like puppets). It was a cold war era excerise in tension with Earth spending huge amounts of money on space tracking systems, space interceptors, submarines, space stations, and tracked armoured vehicles (mobiles) and Delorean cars to stop UFO's from kidnapping humans to harvest them for body parts. Bearing in mind they never seemed to kidnap more than six people even in a busy week I'd have queried whether the expenditure was justified but in the 1970s it all made for very exciting television.

So what you ask ? Well "UFO" the TV series inspired "UFO: Enemy Unknown" a 1996 PC games, to which these games are the very clear spiritual successor. And "UFO: Enemy Unknown" is rated as one of the best PC games EVER.

One of the other reviewers has done an excellent job of describing the games in the trilogy so I'll refer you to his fine job. But are the games any good ?

Firstly at this money the games are insanely good value. This is, what, £60 - £90 of software at under a fiver.

All the games split between a strategic level where you control research and production and a tactical level where your squad of up to six or so soldiers search a map. NOTE - unlike the original "UFO" game and most of the other sequels and imitators this actually IS NOT turn based.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Waylanger on 5 Sept. 2011
Quick verdict: if like me, you played and loved enemy unknown, these games are virtually identical. so you will like them.
but perhaps like me you will also think there's just something... missing. but bearing in mind you get three games in this package, and potentially dozens of hours of gameplay, I'd say that it's well worth a punt, but tactical turn-based strategy games are not for everybody. so if you prefer watching nascar to playing chess, this pack might not be for you.
my veiw: it is what it is, and that's ok, but it could have been a lot more.
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Once upon a time there was a game called UFO: Enemy Unknown, or at least that's what is was called over here in the UK. Elsewhere it was called XCOM: Earth Defense. Whatever it was called, it was debateably one of the most important tactical, turn based, squad RPG games ever produced. It set a very high bar for so very many games to follow and, in many cases, too many fell very short of the mark.
It was continued by titles such as XCOM: Terror from the Deep and XCOM Apocalypse and then Microprose sort ran off with the XCOM franchise and made other games and shoved the XCOM brand name on the front and it slowly began to disappear until recently (but the less said about that, the better... for now).

Turn the clock forward 10 years (2003) and ALTAR have not only picked up where Mythos's Dreamland project left off but then went to town on how the engine was going to work from there on in.

UFO: Aftermath
Aliens visited Earth and bombarded the atmosphere with a biological substance that blotted out the planet's light source and placed it in to a short environmental winter and then proceeded to mutate life all over the planet. The Human race is rinsed and those that didn't find shelter often found themselves cut down by the elements or by the mutants that slowly became more and more horrific. And then someone got a plan together: unified and outfitted some hardy survivors and began to research the threats Humanity was facing.
The fight back was going well, right up until the Aliens came back! But then, when has the Human race given up without a fight?

UFO: Aftershock
After the events of Aftermath, the Earth is a very different place.
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By shuc49 on 15 Sept. 2011
This game is fun for people that like strategic games. Its like a story, its set when the aliens attacked earth. there are 3 games, they are set after the events of the other. i'd say its a very good game. one of the draw backs is that one of the games didn't work on my computer, i reinstalled it a few times and it still malfunctions, you may need to run it in compatibility mode or in windows mode which finally worked, therefore overall it worked well and i had months of alien shooting adventures! just to say that the third game is set on mars, therefore you'll have experience totally alien!
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By dru on 7 Jun. 2013
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I'll keep this short, the graphics are as you'd expect from games of this era (not brilliant) but the game play is simply fantastic, so if you've never played these games and turn based gaming is your thing then you defiantly need to give these a go
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