[edit] Background

A further search has discovered a third "Earth" near Aldebaran, one of the Taurus constellation's stars, 68 light years from Earth. Earth sends a fleet of city sized ships, controlled by the power of the mind, to the new planet. But on the way there, the Ships are intercepted by a league of alien ships. Play a Sundiver, mine asteroids for necessary minerals, build your army to defeat the alien fleet and help humanity colonize its third planet.

[edit] Gameplay

Project Earth is a full 3D real-time strategy (RTS) in space. The gameplay takes the best and proven elements of the RTS genre, and combines the need for both quick thinking and long-term strategies. The user interface is intuitive and very adaptive and features for the first time ever in a 3D space RTS game, the ability for the the player to have complete freedom of the camera movement. The space-opera-like storyline in Project Earth was written to capture the imagination of the player. Giant spaceships and exploding planets are just the background for the story that really evolves around human emotions.
The game uses an advanced 3D engine, with real-time particles and space physics. The spectacular 3D graphics are accompanied with music that changes depending on the situation. Sound effects simulate 3D sounds even on a standard pair of average quality speakers, adding to the experience.

[edit] Features

  • Beautifully rendered 3D real time environment. Engaging real time strategy.
  • Back to basics: fun, easy to understand gameplay.
  • Unique gameplay, which allows play in 3 different battleplanes simultaneously.
  • Play both Humans and Aliens in this epic battle for survival.
  • Play with up to 8 players in Multiplayer mode.

[edit] Hardware Requirements

Windows® 98/ME/XP
700 Mhz CPU
256 MB RAM
32 MB Open GL GeForce/Radeon Video Card
DirectSound 3D Compatible Sound Card
DirectX® 8.0

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Release Dates
  • North America: Apr 29, 2002
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