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'The Stalin Subway' - Demo Available NOW

by Rainier on Jan. 2, 2006 @ 5:51 a.m. PST

The Stalin Subway is a realistic first-person shooter which is set in Stalin's Moscow of fall 1952. This demo allows you to check out one level from the full game.

Get the Stalin Subway demo off WP (480mb)

1. Introduction

"The Stalin Subway" is a First Person Shooter-style game where the events take place in post-war Moscow. The game allows to plunge into the depressing atmosphere of the Stalin's period and to play a part of a Soviet officer, which is unusual for the games on the whole because up to the present they have been widely using the character of an american hero fighting against the communist threat.

2. System requirements

Minimum system requirements

Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2000 MHz / AMD AthlonÕÐ 2000+;
RAM: 256 ÌB
Video display card: Direct3D 9.0-compatible video card with 64 Ìb of video memory GeForceFX 4200 / Radeon 9600
Controllers: keyboard, mouse;
Sound card: DirectX 9-compatible
Free space on hard disk: 4 Gb;
DVD
Operating system: Windows 2000,XP;
DirectX 9.0c and higher

Optimal system requirements

Processor: Intel Pentium 4 3000 MHz / AMD Athlon 64 3000+;
RAM: 1024 Ìb
Video display card: Direct3D 9.0-compatible video card with 128 Mb of video memory. GeForce 6800/ Radeon X800;
Controllers: keyboard, mouse;
Sound card: DirectX 9-compatible
Free space on hard disk: 4 Gb;
DVD-ROM
Operating system: Windows XP;
DirectX 9.0c and higher

It is not advised to switch between the running applications during the playing.
It can cause game crush and system instability.

3. Installation and uninstalling

1. Run the setup.exe file.

2. The setup program will guide you through the whole setup process.

Uninstalling: Select
Start>Programs>Buka>The Stalin Subway demo>Uninstall, or use the Windows add/remove programs utility
in the Control Panel.

4. Settings

You can set up the game configuration when you first start the program or by running the
config.exe file.
All current settings will be retained for the next time you start the game.
A part of the settings are also placed in the video and sound settings in the
"Settings" options of the game's main menu.

Attention! Most video options will affect performance and graphics quality in the game.

5. Controls

Movement - setting the movement parameter keys (the default parameters are given in the brackets).

Forward (W) to walk forward
Backward (S) to walk backward
Strafe left (A) to run sidelong to the left
Strafe right (D) to run sidelong to the right
Duck (Left Ctrl) to duck
Jump (Space) to jump

Mouse sensitivity - a slider to adjust mouse sensitivity in the game.
Mouse inversion - a check box to change turning direction and the viewing line tilt in the game.

Weapons - sets the weapon operation keys.

Fire (LMB) to fire, attack with a infighting weapon
Alternative fire (RMB) to attack with an additional firing type.
Reload (R) to reload weapon.
Weapon group (1-8) to select from a corresponding weapon group

Miscellaneous- to set up the additional commands. Default settings are shown in brackets.

Use/Press (E) to use an external object
Screenshot (Ins) to save a screenshot (the screenshots are saved in the sshoots folder in the game root directory)
Fast save (F5) to save fast the current game
Fast load (F9) to load the latest fast save
Next weapon (Mouse Scroll Down) to select the next weapon in the list
Previous weapon (Mouse Scroll Up) to select the previous weapon in the list
Task list (Tab) to see the task list panel

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