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After nuclear war erupts in 2028, you must reunite mankind and find the cause of the disaster.
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TerraPhoenix Members' Benefits
  • Find the truth behind the war
  • Research more powerful equipment
  • More enemies
  • More missions
  • Loads of extra Achievements
  • Fullscreen mode
  • No adverts during gameplay

Description

January 8th 2028: Without warning, the world was engulfed in a nuclear war. As the first bombs fell, the military tried to rush as many people as possible into the safety of the shelters. The surface of the earth now lies ravaged and crater-pocked. Radioactive vapours drift across the sky, turning the sunsets blood red and melting the icecaps; vast stretches of the planet now lie beneath fathoms of sea water.

There was never enough space in the bunkers and nowhere near enough time. Sixteen weeks later, in a British bunker outside Leyburn, great steel doors are about to open. It is time to breathe life into the ashes. Let Operation TERRAPHOENIX begin!

FAQs

1. How do I get a better score?

Don't let your soldiers get injured. Your score depends on how many of your men survive.

2. How do I improve my soldiers' abilities?

Your soldiers get better with active training. For instance, if a soldier manages to hit an enemy, their accuracy will have a greater chance of improving.

3. How do I research new equipment?

After each successful mission from Act II onwards (apart from city missions) you will have the opportunity to research a new piece of equipment.

4. How do I find the next visible enemy to the selected soldier?

To cycle through visible enemies, you can press the TAB key when the eye symbol appears on the soldier's tab.

5. What are the minimum specifications for this game?

The minimum specifications we recommend for this game are:

  • 500 MHz
  • 128 MB RAM

The recommended specifications for getting the most out of this game are:

  • 1.5 GHz
  • 256 MB RAM

Below is an explanation of the terms in our technical specifications.

Megahertz (MHz) / Gigahertz (GHz) is a measure of how fast your computer's processor is. This affects how quickly you can run things like games and applications.

Megabytes (MB) are used to measure how much memory your computer has. This affects how quickly your computer runs when using large programs such as games, or when you run a lot of programs at once.

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Development Team

Development: Thomas D
Graphics: Emma V, Kristian F, Laura W
Audio: Adam B, Dan A
Quality Assurance: David H, Joe C, Karl R, Michael T
Editing: David O

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