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'Incoming Forces' Invade Retail Shelves

by Rainier on Sept. 25, 2002 @ 7:45 p.m. PDT

Co-publishers, Groove Games and Hip Interactive, announced that the PC title Incoming Forces has shipped. The game, developed by Rage, is the sequel to the hugely successful, multi-million unit selling, Incoming. Bundled with the original game, Incoming Forces will be available through North American retailers for a value price of $19.99 (U.S.).
Incoming Forces is an exciting action title in which players defend their alien home planet against an invading human armada. Set 20 years after Incoming, players pilot aircrafts, tanks and turrets, switching vehicles on the fly, in incredible action-packed battles. The story driven campaign is set across ten intense levels within four different worlds, delivering powerful and addictive gameplay.

“Incoming Forces gives gamers straight ahead arcade shooter action on their home PC’s,” said Michael Haines, senior vice-president, Hip Interactive. “The twist on the conventional story line and non-stop battles make it a key pick-up for everyone who plays PC games.”

“Rage has done a really amazing job. Anyone who liked the first Incoming title, will really enjoy the sequel,” said Jon Walsh, new business development, Groove Games. “The game is truly a great value, with quality gameplay at an exceptional price.”

Incoming Forces Features:

  • Fast-paced action with state-of-the-art, advanced physics engine allowing life-like motion of objects, gaming environments and weather effects
  • Ten exciting levels set across four exotic worlds
  • Massively destructive weapons including “fly-by-wire” manually guided missiles
  • Full internet and LAN support for intense multiplayer action
  • Supports resolutions up to 1600x1200
  • Includes full version of the original smash hit Incoming!

For more information on Incoming Forces, visit the official website.

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