Monday, May 27, 2013

Free Download Evil Core: The Fallen Cities

Evil Core - Fallen Cities is a highly innovative and underrated 3D space shooter that combines elements from multiple genres into a fun experience.The comprehensive review at the Adrenaline Vault says it all:
"[Evil Core is] a refreshingly innovative combination of action, adventure, and strategy in an attractive and absorbing alien environment. As the first game from the Florida-based ABTS Intelligent Group, Evil Core is amazingly sophisticated and polished."

The background story in this game is quite complex. In the year 20,000 AD humans have long since moved away from the planet Earth to a mysterious planet called Malia, characterized by gorgeous sky views and secret underground passages. Malia is split into an Old Sector, composed of caves, mines, temples, and ruins known as the Fallen Cities; and a New Sector, with advanced technology including nuclear power, genetic engineering, and space stations. The New Sector is made up of three distinct cultures: the peaceful Bloblics, who have recently had to develop weapons for their own defense; the N'Leth, torn apart by civil war; and the Marcs, the most menacing group, who are using their advanced technology, chemical weaponry, and a genetically enhanced army to try to gain total control of the planet. You play the role of Vein Black, and as the game begins there are a series of devastating attacks from an unknown source on innocent cities on Malia. The N'Leths and the Bloblics band together to defend themselves against the as-yet-to-be-identified enemy, and they focus their concern on detecting the source of the disruptions on the Fallen Cities in the Old Sector. They enlist you to scout out this area and report back to them with what you see above and below ground. You will be helped in this quest by a trusty wingman named Bo.
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This game is excellent in graphics and sound, and is more than adequate in gameplay and in being challenging. But what really strikes me more than anything else about Evil Core is its originality -- it does not mimic anything else that is currently out, and allows game buyers to see what a small company, one not grooved into the established patterns of the industry, can do. The game is by no means perfect, but it is definitely worth buying if you want something really distinctive and special that will excite you to the core."