I War Independence War Full PC Game
|Official Name||I-War, Independence War|
|Developer (s)||Particle Systems Ltd.|
|Designer (s)||Glyn Williams|
|Platform (s)||PC, Windows|
|Release date (s)||November 1997|
|Genre (s)||Space combat simulator|
|Mode (s)||Single player|
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I War Independence War Download Free Full Game is a space combat simulator developed by English development house Particle Systems Ltd. The game was first published in 1997 in Europe by Infogrames as I-War, and in late August of 1998 in North America as Independence War. An additional campaign was designed, packaged with the original game and released in 1999 as Independence War Deluxe Edition in North America and Independence War Special Edition in Europe.
As the captain of Dreadnaught, the player could assume the command of any of the four workstations on the command bridge. From the command station (CMD), the player received his/her mission briefings and could sometimes control other ships through a remote link. The station also had access to an accurate star map. The ship was normally flown from the navigation station (NAV). From the weapons station (WEP), the player had an outside view of Dreadnaught's wire frame model. Following a locked target, the angle of view could rotate 360 degrees on all axes. This workstation also had a ripple fire mode which allowed attacking quickly a large group of enemies. The fourth station engineering (ENG) was for controlling the repairs when the ship was damaged by weapons or a collision with another object. However, the automated repair functioned well and player supervision was rarely needed. The station also had a fuel gauge, which was nonfunctional because the game design was changed to give Dreadnaught limitless fuel. I War Independence War Free Download.
In the game, the player takes the role of an unnamed 23rd century spaceship captain in the Earth Commonwealth Navy. The primary opponents were rebellious insurgents called the Indies, a group distinguished by their elaborately and colourfully painted ships.
I-War was notable for its use of Newtonian physics; unlike other popular space combat games such as Wing Commander and Descent: Freespace, the flight model is subject to inertia caused by a ship's mass and the absence of drag in outer space. In addition to common flight dynamics, vessels can move and accelerate in all directions: up, down, forward, backwards and sideways.
The game features two gameplay modes: campaign mode, and a mode for immediate space battle with endlessly spawning enemies. The campaign consists of a series of 40 linear missions, with one or more missions being available at a time. After completing a key mission, a new mission or missions becomes available. Sometimes a different set of missions can be unlocked depending of the outcome in the previous mission, thus setting the campaign to different directions. Three different endings to the campaign were possible. The nature of missions varied between various combinations of combat and problem solving. The puzzles often made use of the game's physics modeling.
Depending on the mission, Dreadnaught can be acting alone, support another vessel, or have a group of wingmen under its command. During other missions, various special equipment is at the player's disposal, such as a reconnaissance drone. I War Independence War Free Download PC Game.
The player ship is armed with Particle Beam cannons and various kinds of missiles. For protection, the ship is equipped with energy shields, that are capable of tracking and absorbing enemy fire from a single ship at a time. The bridge of the player ship is a small ship of its own, called the 'command section', capable of detaching from the rest of the ship.
During LDS-travel, ships are not able to use weapons other than missiles designed to stop LDS-travel, but cannot be attacked either.
CGI and cutscenes
The game began with a 14 minute long high quality CGI animation to introduce the game's setting and even some gameplay features through the story of Jefferson Clay and his last battle. Along the campaign, shorter pieces of CGI encoded in RAD Game Tools's Smacker video format would be shown within missions as cutscenes. These sometimes provided clues to solving some problematic aspect of the current mission. Simple CGI animations utilising wire frame models were used in mission briefings.
Occasionally, external camera views were used for kind of real-time, game engine rendered, cutscenes, such as when Dreadnaught docked or undocked with another ship or a space station.
The development of I-War was led by Particle Systems co-founders Glyn Williams (whose previous games include Warhead for Amiga and Atari ST) and Michael Powell (whose previous games include Subwar 2050 for PC/DOS). With Williams and Powell included, Independence War had a development team of six men, which was the full personnel of Particle Systems at the time.
The game had some naming troubles. I-War was originally signed to Philips Interactive Media, Inc., who were moving into PC games. At the time the game had merely a working title, 'big ships'. The first suggested name was Dreadnaught, per the player ship, but it was considered to be meaningless to French and German audiences. The next name candidate was Infinity War, which was found to be also a name of Marvel Comics comic book miniseries. Therefore, the name was shortened to I-War. At this time Philips Media was taken over by Infogrames, who became the publisher of the game. I War Independence War for PC.
I-War was first released in Europe in November 1997, under the label of Ocean Software. Ocean was acquired by Infogrames earlier that year. This version, having no 3D hardware support, had only software rendered graphics. The game was released in English, French and German languages. I-War was a critical success, but wasn't selling as well as expected.
In late August, 1998, the game was released in North America, but as Independence War. The reason for the name change was that 'I-War' was already trademarked in the US by Atari for an Atari Jaguar game of that name.
Support for 3Dfx's Glide, at the time the dominant and best supported 3D-hardware accelerated graphics API for computer games, was added for the American release. The upgrade included support for the higher 800×600 resolution that the new graphics card from 3Dfx, Voodoo2, was capable of rendering. Additionally, some of the in-game 3D models were re-created with a higher number of polygons, making them more detailed. The graphics upgrade was made available as a separate Internet download for the owners of the original I-War. This patch also changed the game's title into Independence War on the loading screen. Due to the specialized use of out-dated hardware, the game can be problematic to run on modern hardware and operating systems, although installing all patches and a glide wrapper solves most issues.
The American version was successful and won 'Space-Sim of the year' awards from many magazines and websites. Encouraged by this, an expanded edition was designed. I-War / Independence War sold around 250,000 copies worldwide. Including the special editions the total sales were about 300,000. Despite the relative success, I-War stayed merely a cult classic and was an underdog in comparison to such space simulation games as FreeSpace or Wing Commander series. I War Independence War Download Torrent.
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