One Must Fall 2097
Welcome to One Must Fall 2097. This game is an action-fighting game similar
to Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat but it has a much more to offer.
Once you're into the game, you choose your pilot. Each pilot has
different strengths and weaknesses. You may want one that is faster, or
that can take a punch or two, or one that just looks good. Each pilot needs
a good vehicle, or a robot in this case. You fight other piloted robots.
For victory, You gain money, for money, You can buy some upgrades and
beat more robots. The economy part of this game is really simple :-), but
gives new experience from a simple fighting game.
In the background story of the robot-fighting games are multinational corporations.
One such corporation, World Aeronautics and Robotics (WAR), runs the entire
show. WAR was started as a research institute to provide human-assisted
robots for space travel. Their first prototypes were activated in 2009 and
were immediately put to use by a conglomeration of companies from
Japanamerica to build the first ACTIVE space station. The HAR's were better
than conventional robots in that they were completely operated by a single
human whose brain controlled the robot's systems via remote. The "pilot" actually
"became" the robot for all intents and purposes, but no danger to the pilot was
At the end of 21st century You have a chance to write history. You've waited for
this night since you were a child. Fifteen years of training will be used tonight.
The main prize is waiting...
Epic MegaGames, Inc.
Epic Games was initially founded under the name of 'Potomac Computer Systems' in 1991 by Tim Sweeney in Rockville, Maryland, releasing its flagship product, ZZT, the same year. During the latter portion of ZZT's life span, the company became known as Epic MegaGames and subsequently released numerous popular shareware games, including Epic Pinball, Brix, Jill of the Jungle, Jazz Jackrabbit and One Must Fall: 2097.
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