Background

At the time when wars are a thing of the past and the civilization is at such a level that our contemporaries may only envy, there are many worlds similar to ours, three of which with the Earth had warm relations. These worlds were inhabited by people similar to humans who could transport from one world to another and exchange information and experiences.

For these purposes the Earth's citizens installed teleportation devices on these worlds and provided them with a special fuel. A constant flow of information was maintained between these worlds and peaceful relations were maintained. Suddenly all signals disappeared and people of Earth understood that something terrible had happened. This was confirmed by a man who teleported from one of these worlds and told that his planet had been captured by alien creatures who had banished all inhabitants to an unknown locations; he was the only one who had managed to reach the Earth. This message could not be ignored, because it meant that the Earth was in danger. In short time select groups of Special Forces were created whose task were to journey to these three planets and to destroy fuel stocks in order to prevent the capture of the Earth. Shortly, the Special Forces got in touch with the Earth and reported that they had installed shot firing systems and were waiting the signal to start the operation. After that, connection was lost.

For some time The Virtual Teleportation Agency tried to re-establish contact with them but all their efforts failed. The Virtual Teleportation Agency did not receive confirmation on whether or not the operation had been completed. Alien creatures were not only invaders; they also caused anomalous phenomena to occur. Upon their appearance, the worlds' structures and contents started to change irreversibly. This change took the form of a merging of organic and non-organic structures that led to the creation of strange beings and plants.

One world started to turn into a swamp, the second one into hellish lands, and the third became a world of desolation. In order to prevent aliens from reaching the Earth and similarly transforming it, The Virtual Teleportation Agency sent a player to each of these three worlds to cut off the communication links with the Earth by destroying fuel tanks for teleportation systems.

Gameplay

Liquidator is an action-packed, first person shooter game with large cinematic adventure components. Set in three unique game environments, the game features massive fighting sequences, a rich variety of unique characters and super-charged power-ups that contribute to incredibly strong gameplay.

Utilizing rich character and story development as well as an automatic gameplay adjustment system, Liquidator fills its encompassing alien worlds with suspense and intrigue making each gameplay experience unpredictable for the player who can enjoy playing through the game again and again with many new and exciting ways to explore and enjoy the game.

Hardware Requirements

•Operating system Microsoft® Windows® XP/2000
•CPU: 800 Mhz Intel Pentium IV or AMD Athlon XP processor
•512 MB RAM
•Hard Drive Space: 2GB free hard disk space
•Video: 64 MB AGP video cards using NVIDIA GeForce 3,
•ATI Radeon 8500 or more recent chips with DirectX 9.0C
•compatible driver
•Sound: DirectX compatible PCI 16-bit sound card
•DVD-Rom
•Input: Keyboard, Mouse

Recommended system configuration:
•Operating system Microsoft® Windows® XP/2000
•CPU: 2.5GHz or faster Intel Pentium IV or AMD Athlon XP processor
•RAM: 1024 MB or more
•Video: NVIDIA GeForce 6800GT/ATI Radeon X800 or better
•Direct3D capable video card
•Sound: Audigy 2ZS
•Hard Drive Space: 2 GB free hard drive space
•DirectX 9.0c
•DVD-Rom
•Input: Keyboard, Mouse

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