Unreal and Unreal Tournament 2003

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One of the most famous online shooting game series, not very commonly found on Macintosh.

Unreal series of games is a first-person arena shooter video game developed by Epic Games and Digital Extremes, and published by Infogrames under the Atari brand, designed mainly for multiplayer gaming. 

The available combat modes are:

Deathmatch: Frag other players as much as possible to gain the highest score.

Team Deathmatch: Two teams go head to head to be the best fragger.

Capture the flag: Players must invade the enemies' base, capture their flag

Double Domination: Two teams must control two points on the map.

Bombing Run: Bombing run can best be described as Unreal-style American football

Last man standing: All players in this gametype spawn with a limited number of lives.

Invasion: players attempt to kill the invading alien

Mutant: similar to a "Juggernaut" or a "King of the Hill" type of gameplay.

Includes Epic Bonus Pack and Digital Extremes Bonus Pack

Platform: Apple Powerbook G4  1GHz 512Mb RAM  3Gb Hard Disk  ATI radeon 8500 or NViia GeForce 4MX

               Mac OS X 10.2.6 or higher

              Cable or DSL broadband

Application Software (AS:) Games

Version: 2003

Platform : Apple PowerBook PowerPC
Format : CD-ROM
Publisher : Macsoft, Infogames, Atari
Authors : Steve Polge
Date : 31st October 2002
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Other Software by Macsoft, Infogames, Atari:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Unreal and Unreal Tournament 2003 Macsoft, Infogames, Atari Apple PowerBook PowerPC CD-ROM 31 Oct 2002

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH58565. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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