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Australia's own Beam Software has shown its class with this great Command and Conquer-style wargame.
It contains frantic battles and a good dose of humour. It also has many great features lacking in the all-conquering king of this genre, Red Alert.
The game is set in a post-apocalyptic Australia where battles are fought between the remaining humans and the mutants.
Each mission has a different objective, but in most you must build up your command base, mining for oil to raise money, while carrying out the mission objectives by directing your various troops around the landscape.
You see the battlefield from an overhead view, and controlling your troops is as simple as clicking on them and sending them on their way. Action is in real-time rather than turn-based, so you must make frantic, split-second decisions.
There are 15 different missions for each side, plus 10 extra maps for multi-player games. There's good variety to the missions, although Red Alert still has the edge with its indoor levels.
While multi-player battles are always the most fun, the one player game is superb thanks to excellent artificial intelligence. The computer never attacks the same way twice, is always ruthless, and provides an alarmingly human intelligence at times.
Another strength is the wide variety of unit types available. The mutants have some wonderful toys, including acid-shooting scorpions and missile-wielding elephants.
You can also upgrade buildings - a great feature that allows you to expand the variety of units you can manufacture during a mission.
The game runs under DOS, yet features superb Super VGA visuals. The landscapes are beautifully drawn, and the explosions are enormous.
Other great touches include veteran units, fast scrolling via the right mouse button, the ability to order more than one unit from a factory at a time, and the amusing mission briefings.
The game manages to put a unique stamp on a much-loved genre. It's top fun.
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