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Game #3233
Hall of Belated Fame Inductee  Triumph! War 2099    View all Top Dogs in this genre
Action   Military shooter

Rating: 8.4 (44 votes)

Triumph! War 2099 box cover

Triumph! War 2099 screenshot
One of the best freeware games ever made with the Klik & Play game creator software, Triumph! War 2099 is a cute, innovative, and fun mix of no-holds-barred action and real-time strategy. At first glance, the game looks no different from the likes of Destruction Carnival: kill all of your opponents' units to win. But it does om fact require both tactical prowess and reflexes to succeed. This review at Total Klik says it all about why they think the game is a 10/10:

"The game revolves around you, and optionally three other players, commanding a legion of troops whose sole aim is to take out the opposing alien species. Pick up flamethrowers, plasma cannons, or the trustworthy machine gun to lay into the little bastards. Be sure to take out the eggs, which will continuously pump out more targets.

The graphics are close to some of the coolest in a Klik & Play title to date. The effects such as exploding barrels, bleeding aliens and birth-giving mothers all combine into one big freeware art gallery.

Triumph comes with a beautifully suited series of music tracks, and some excellent sound effects to keep your ears from excessive boredom. Gunshots, alien screams, and alien metamorphoses are some examples. Though having only nine missions to complete, the game will keep you going for ages due to the sheer difficulty of the easy setting alone." If you enjoy Destruction Carnival and other K&P games but wish for more sophisticated gameplay, this freeware gem more than fits the bill. Two thumbs up!

Reviewed by: Underdogs

Designer: Anthony Lopes
Developer: Darksun Games
Publisher: Freeware
Year: 2001
Software Copyright: Anthony Lopes
Theme: Science Fiction, Anime
Multiplayer:  
System Requirements: Windows XP
Where to get it:
Related Links: Official site (archived)
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If you like this game, try: Factor X, Destruction Carnival, Xevil

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