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Akaei Announce Old School Fun for 2002 - Facts & Screens

by Rainier on Dec. 12, 2001 @ 5:19 p.m. PST

Game Publisher Akaei can today announce that they are to publish Solaris 104, an “Old School” arcade side scrolling shooting action Game for the PC. Solaris 104 beautifully combines a classic genre with the latest ingenuity in today’s technology. Solaris 104 will be available in Quarter One 2002.

About Solaris 104 – The Story
In the future, many alien races battle fiercely for the galaxy's colonization. Earth sent its most powerful armada to recover four strategic sectors. You, as the rookie pilot 104, are assigned to join the greatest and most dangerous mission.

Codename : "SOLARIS"
At the moment, Earth is sustaining severe losses and our home world is close to being conquered. If this mission fails, so will the last attempt to avoid domination.

The Mission
The Solaris mission is to destroy the generator located in the frozen world of the Bothrops. This generator is the key to bringing down their impenetrable shield that guards their home world. But before getting there, it will be necessary to vanquish a number of heavily defended worlds.

The forces included in this mission are: one state-of-the-art spacecraft carrier full with hundreds of fighter, bomber and scout ships. Their mission is to destroy the shield generator so that the way will be clear for a full-fledged armada attack on the enemy’s home world

Key Features

  • Alpha-blended sprites
  • 11 stunning levels with hundreds of different pre-rendered enemies and scenery
  • Challenging game play appeals to retro gamers as well as newcomers.
  • Detailed high-colour graphics.
  • Cool old-fashioned arcade music
  • Plays straight from the CD, just like a console game
  • High quality MPEG cinematics


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